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Christian Fiction Books Reviews

Titanic Plot Doesn't Quite Sink Silvery Moon

Author Tricia Goyer reimagines the Prodigal Son story, adds in a love triangle and sets it on the Titanic’s ill-fated voyage.

Peretti’s Illusion Unfolds Brilliantly

Frank Peretti’s latest thriller, Illusion, is a brilliantly-constructed puzzle box of a novel—but one with a beating heart.

Blended Purposes Save Not This Time

Romance between two main characters cleverly become a crucial tool needed to outwit a potential killer in Vicki Hinze’s latest.

Coker Displays Poise in Interrupted Debut

In her publication debut, Interrupted: Life Beyond Words, 16-year-old Rachel Coker displays a remarkable amount of poise.

Modern Family Rings True in Heart Echoes

Every character rings true in Sally John’s latest. Complex and flawed, they’re just trying to live their lives as best they can.

Love Reigns on the Bookshelves

Ever growing in sales and popularity, Christian romances tell tales of happily-ever-after that continue to capture readers' hearts.

There’s No Fire in When the Smoke Clears

If you like action, you’ll probably love this book. But if you need it to fit into a cohesive framework, then you probably won’t.

Solving an Accidental Bride’s Problem

If you took out token God references and ignored a love scene, you’d hardly recognize this as a book for a Christian audience.

Search Committee Finds More Than It Seeks

There’s nothing complicated or controversial with The Search Committee. And that’s what makes Tim Owens’ first book so clever.

Halflings Adds to Paranormal Romance Trend

Halflings is nothing original. But with its timeless themes of passion and forbidden love, it might not need to be.

Saddle Up for This Summer of Promise

Summer of Promise is the first of a three-part series from Amanda Cabot, so plan on another visit to Wyoming Territory next year.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 06, 2012 |
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Authentic Voice Strengthens Fabry’s Heart

In Not in the Heart, Chris Fabry’s authentic, first-person approach gets inside the head of a conflicted main character.

Change Is Attractive in The Jerk Magnet

Melody Carlson’s latest deals not only with an outer transformation but also the inner changes that come from trusting God.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • January 25, 2012 |
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Grace Is Found in The Shadow of Your Smile

Despite the common amnesia plot, Susan May Warren’s characters handle their situation with uncommon honesty and grace—God’s grace.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • January 16, 2012 |
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Teen Fiction Meets Science in Replication

Would cloned humans have a soul? Did Christ die for both humans and clones? These were some of the questions Replication raised.

Action with a Dash of History in Mona Lisa

This fast-paced thriller through the streets of Paris during the Germans’ final hours there is a bona fide page-turner.

Southern Fried Sushi Sounded Good

Southern Fried Sushi’s premise sounded good. Unfortunately, instead of serving up authentic characters it settles for stereotypes.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • December 21, 2011 |
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Godawa’s Noah Primeval Captivates

If one is willing to set aside literal biblical interpretation, Noah Primeval is as captivating as any high fantasy tale.

Thunder King Takes Readers to the Brink

The third Bell Mountain series installment is set in a medieval world that arose on the ashes of a sophisticated civilization.

Merchant’s Daughter More Than a Fairy Tale

Melanie Dickerson transforms the classic story of “Beauty and the Beast” into a thought-provoking tale for young readers.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • December 12, 2011 |
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