A Road Unknown

Friday, January 31, 2014
She winced at the word. Home. She was leaving everything and everybody she knew to go to a place she’d never visited in her life. It was exciting. It was terrifying.

Book: A Road Unknown by Barbara Cameron, Abington Press, 2014
Genre: Amish Fiction
Target Audience: Girls 17-25
Subjects: Amish Culture, Selfishness, Trust in God, Dating Relationships, God’s Will
Summary: It feels so wrong, but she is to the point of not knowing how to do anything else. Life has just gotten to be too much at home. Being the oldest of nine children Elizabeth spends all of her time and focus helping mother her siblings. It’s not that she doesn’t love her siblings, she does. It’s just that she wants more out of life. She has hopes and dreams just like every other young girl. So she sets off for another world, the world of the English. She moves in with a pen pal and finds a job working for other Amish, including a very good looking single boss her age! But there’s still a tug back towards home, a tug towards finding peace, being sure of who she is and where she is supposed to be. It’s time for Elizabeth to figure out just what God wants of her.
Notes: Like many Amish stories, part of the focus of this one is on the comparison between the two cultures and the rigid rules of some of the Amish communities. This one has a strong focus on the personal element, Elizabeth figuring out for herself who she is supposed to be rather than the church leader telling her who to be. And it’s not a decision of whether or not to remain Amish, simply a decision of whether or not to grow up, fall in love, get married, move out, etc. instead of stay at home and continue raising her siblings.
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 3/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Matthew 6:26 – Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?

Thank you to Litfuse for sending me a free review copy of the book in exchange for my honest opinion.    

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Barbara Cameron is celebrating the release of A Road Unknown with a $200 Visa cash card giveaway and a fun "Amish Roads" Facebook party.
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So grab your copy of A Road Unknown and join Barbara and friends on the evening of February 27th for a chance to connect and make some new friends. (If you haven't read the book, don't let that stop you from coming!)

The Sword, The Garden and the King

"What DO I have to do?” asked Matthew.
“Just save the Forest from the evil people who are trying to destroy it,” replied Ginger. “I am still not sure why the King wants a boy. Why doesn’t he just save us Himself? But that is what the old legend says – The wolf shall dwell with the lamb. And a little child shall lead them. – So the King must know best.”
“I’m hardly a little child.”
“Neither are you anywhere close to a man.”
“But I can’t save the Forest,” objected Matthew. “Even if I’m not a little kid, I’m still only here on a holiday I’ll just be here three weeks.”
“We shall see about that. The King always knows what he is doing. I am certain that will be time enough. For now, make yourself comfortable on those branches. And listen carefully.”

Book: The Sword, The Garden and the King by Michael Phillips, Sunrise Books, 2013

Genre: Allegory
Target Audience: Boys 12+
Subjects: Faith in God, Selfishness/Rebellion/Dissatisfaction, Family Relationships
Summary: He thought he was just going for a visit to his grandparents’ house, a nice, relaxing, fun vacation. Sure he imagined adventure – adventures playing in the yard and maybe exploring, but nothing like this! When he is visited by two prairie dogs who inform him he is to go on a mission for the King he has his doubts. But the next day he is visited again, this time by a crow. In his ignorance, he fails to realize the crow is working for the King’s enemy. Soon he is taken in by the lies that he is better than everyone else, that his parents don’t love him at all or they wouldn’t deny him the things he wants. Soon the lies of rebellion are so deep within him, the only hope left is for Matthew to use the Sword of Ainran to slay the evil inside of him. Only then can he fulfill his purpose for the King.
Notes: For years, Michael Phillips has been writing books about surrendering our self, our independence, our determination to have things our way instead of God’s. Now he is sending his message to a new market, teens and those who enjoy fantasy, fairy tale and allegory. This story is very well written, filled with all the talking animals and good vs. evil battles that make fantasy so delightful. And it is filled with Scriptural truth, making the story not just entertaining, but powerful as well! I highly recommend this one!
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 5/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Colossians 3:5 – Put to death, therefore, whatever belongs to your earthly nature: sexual immorality, impurity, lust, evil desires and greed, which is idolatry.

The Sands of Ethryn

I fled him, down the nights, and down the days; I fled him, down the arches of years; I fled him, down the labyrinthine ways, of my own mind; and in the midst of tears, I hid from him

Book:The Sands of Ethryn, Gates of Heaven Series #6 by C. S. Lakin, Living Ink Books, 2014
578941: The Sands of Ethryn, Gates of Heaven Series #6Genre: Fantasy
Target Audience: Boys and Girls 12+
Subjects: Faith
Summary: Water, the land must have water! In desperation, King Kael sends workers out to the desert in hopes of finding a source of water. What they find instead is a tower, a huge tower, buried under the sand. Suddenly King Kael is unconscious, a hole in the ground suddenly starts sucking all the sand into it, growing larger and larger as the king sleeps, a scroll more ancient than any discovered so far, yet with modern language on it, is being interpreted, some are hearing footsteps that seem to be following and pursuing them, and the king’s viser has taken over rule of the kingdom – along with the evil being that now lives within him. The kingdom needs a savior, but where can one powerful enough to defeat the evil be found?
Notes: Fifth it the Gates of Heaven series, a series that constantly reminds us that Heaven exists, that personifies Heaven, almost takes on the role of God Himself. “Heaven favors the honest and valiant” is an example of one of these.  This series is designed to be fairy tales that teach Scriptural truths in fantasy settings. The biggest spiritual elements in this book are God’s relentless love and His justice on the wicked. Most of the books in this series are at least loosely modeled after a classic fairy tale. This one is based off of a concept found in a poem instead: The Hound of Heaven by Francis Thompson. The idea is that the footsteps the characters keep hearing are those of a God of love chasing and pursuing them, wanting to claim them as His own beloved. The main character is very aware of what he is hearing and fights hard against it. So all through the story you have someone trying to run from love and being pursued by the sound of footsteps. The second element comes from the story of the Tower of Babel, a story recreated in this book. An evil character boldly shakes his fist in defiance at God, determined to build a tower to show the whole world there is no need to worship and follow God or any deity for that matter. Mankind is the true power source and can rule themselves. God casts His judgment on these characters and their tower of defiance and sends justice. Then comes the part of the story that ties all of the other books together. In the others you couldn’t really tell they were a series, but this one really brings them together and shows how each of them tells about a place and a person: a Keeper of a “Gate of Heaven”, seven sacred sites that are set up to protect the world from evil completely taking it over.
Recommendation Scale: 5/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Deuteronomy 7:9 – Know therefore that the LORD your God is God; he is the faithful God, keeping his covenant of love to a thousand generations of those who love him and keep his commands.

Psalm 23:6 – Surely goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the LORD forever.


“That left only one option that Shaylinn could see. “So we give Bender the three recruitment letters that that’s it. But we also have to go to Levi right away and hope he can come up with a plan before Bender betrays us all.

Book:Outcasts, Safe Lands Series #2 by Jill Williamson, Blink (Zondervan) Publishers, 2014
724247: Outcasts, Safe Lands Series #2

Genre: Futuristic/Science Fiction
Target Audience: Girls and Boys 18+
Subject: Euthanasia, Sex, Jealousy, Selective Genetics, Freedom, Forgiveness
Summary: Living in the Safe Lands is anything but safe for the captives taken from the village of Glenrock. They’ve chosen to not join the community and are therefore in hiding. It seems they’re not the only ones though. Some of those in the Safe Lands don’t feel safe anymore either. The trouble is figuring out who you can trust. Some of the rebels seem to be on both sides. And there are various factions of the rebel groups. And even within the Glenrock brothers there is a lot of division. Levi just wants to grab the rest of his people and get out. Mason wants to discover a cure for the virus inflicting every one in the Safe Lands. And Omar is perhaps the most desperate of all. He feels he needs to do something to make up for all the harm he has caused. With everyone divided and everyone hurting and everyone in danger, how can they ever hope to succeed?
Notes:  This is the second in the Safe Lands series, a futuristic series on the issue of freedom – whether or not a person should deny themselves any desire and whether or not anyone has the right to force someone to help them. This second book has a lot more spiritual elements than the first book did. Basically, the two main female characters have a very strong faith and are encouraging the three main male characters who have not yet made the faith of their fathers, their own. The following quote says it best: “’They’re bored,’ Jemma said. ’And spoiled and lazy. They have no serious responsibilities to give them purpose in life. It leaves them aching for meaning. So they fill themselves with pleasure. It won’t ever satisfy in the long run.’ The Lord. Levi had always assumed he’d have time to read the Bible when he was older. And was village elder it was his responsibility to train the next generation in their faith. But how was he supposed to do that when he barely understood it himself?”
Also, due to the issues dealt with in this book, it is not written as a light-hearted, entertaining reading, but rather than an intense, graphic look at a serious issue. If you would like more on this topic, check out The Center For Bioethics And Human Dignity - http://cbhd.org/, a Christian organization that helps people figure out how to respond to these sorts of subjects. 
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 3.5/5
Overall Quality Recommendation Scale: 4.5/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Romans 1:16-17 – I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes: first for the Jew, then for the Gentile.

Romans 10:12-13 – For there is no difference between Jew and Gentile--the same Lord is Lord of all and richly blesses all who call on him, for, "Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved."

Thank you to the author for providing me with a free review copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

My Amish Boyfriend

I know what it feels like to be the only person who’s acting responsible when everyone else is acting like immature juveniles. Yet at the same time, I think maybe it’s my turn – maybe it’s time for me to enjoy being a teenager. I suppose it’s ironic I would experience this sort of thing in Amishland.

Book: My Amish Boyfriend by Melody Carlson, Revell Publishers, 2014
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Target Audience: Girls 13-18
Subjects: Amish Culture, Family Relationships, Dating Relationships, Faith in God
Summary: What happens when a teenage girl is suddenly forced to start being the adult in the family? In the case of Shannon, it develops an extreme responsibility but also a desire to throw off responsibility and real life and lose herself in romance. So when her mom’s illness finally gets so out of control that they are forced to go to the Amish family that shunned her mom for leaving the Amish culture at age fifteen, Shannon opens herself up to playing and dreaming. When a cute boy gets her attention she begins to think maybe there is something to this Amish culture after all. No matter what happens, it’s going to be one interesting summer!
Notes: Never having even known her mom’s family was still living, Shannon is quite shocked when they pack their bags and head off to live with them for the summer. As with many Amish books, there is a strong focus on comparison of cultures. Shannon decides to see what it would take to be Amish and makes an effort to wear the clothes, learn the language and do the chores like an Amish girl. She fantasizes about marrying the boy she just met and staying here and joining the Amish church. She even shuts down the nagging voice telling her to go slow and cautious. One night she finds herself lying in a wagon alone in the dark with the boy she likes kissing her and starting to move his hands all over her body. She reasons that she will have to eventually draw the line, but has no problem going right up to that line. That’s the big moral issue going on in the story – a young girl is fleeing all the responsibility she has been living in and chooses to live in a fantasy world of her own making. The spiritual issue is her struggle to keep growing in her faith. She speaks of having a close relationship with God until a year ago, when “her mom got sick and instead of going to God for help, continued pulling away from Him.” Eventually she faces enough trials and is surrounded by enough people that deal with trials by praying and trusting God, that she recommits herself to following her faith. Overall, there are some spiritual elements in the story. There’s a lot of the Amish relatives implying that she can’t be a follower of Christ due to not being Amish and some questioning of that by her. There’s her recognition that she needs to pray and return to her faith more. And there’s a miracle that can only be explained by God. It just isn’t necessarily the main point of the book. The main point is her being torn between the dream world and the real world.
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 4/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Romans 5:3-5 - Not only so, but we also rejoice in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us.

Destination Unknown

Monday, January 13, 2014

Was I developing a crush on Taylor Martinez? How could I possibly even consider dating him? Since he was convinced cheerleaders and athletes were elitists he’d never consider me. Suddenly an idea popped into my head like a humungous light bulb: dating Taylor Martinez would drive my mother to the brink of distraction. She’d never stand for the idea of her perfect daughter dating a boy from the other side of town. Pursuing Taylor Martinez was the perfect way to rebel against my mother and show her that she couldn’t run my life.

Book: Destination Unknown by Amy Clipston, Zondervan Publishers, 2013
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Target Audience: Girls 13-19
Subjects: Family relationships, dating relationships, prayer, God’s Will, Prejudice
Summary: Whitney is so tired of her mom’s attempts to rule her life she wants to scream! Her clothes, her friends, her use of time, her future college decision, her future career decision – anything is up for criticism is she doesn’t do it exactly her mom’s way! So when Whitney begins to make friends with a family her mom does not approve of, she gets an idea. Maybe she can use Taylor to stand up to her mom and show her that she can not control everything in her life. The problem is that sneaking around behind her mother’s back only causes more problems than it solves.
Notes: A powerful story of a teen girl struggling to find her identity, Destination Unknown is a sequel to Roadside Assistance. This one tells the story of the cousin of the main character from Roadside Assistance. In this book the struggle is Whitney’s attempts to find out who she is supposed to be versus who her mom wants her to be. She is a Christian but she’s letting her struggles with her mom affect her relationship with Christ and her relationship with the boy she cares about. She has to come to a breaking point and realize that her stubbornness is hurting her more than anyone else. Overall the story does a good job illustrating the spiritual lessons taught and weaves a powerful story through the midst of it.
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 4/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

1 Corinthians 1:30 – It is because of him that you are in Christ Jesus, who has become for us wisdom from God--that is, our righteousness, holiness and redemption.

Ephesians 4:13 – Until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.

No Place Like Holmes

The more he thought about it, the more it didn’t really matter to him if his uncle thought his ideas were ridiculous. Somehow, deep inside, the conviction that he had been sent here for a purpose was growing. And, believing that, Griffin felt like he could face anything.

Book: No Place Like Holmes by Jason Lethcoe, Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2011
Genre: Mystery
Target Audience: Boys 10-14
Subjects: Family Relationships, Love for others
Summary: The great Sherlock Holmes is his uncle! He has been sent to England to live with his uncle, not knowing who is uncle is… until he sees the address of the great Sherlock Holmes and realizes it is the same address as his uncle! But to his dismay, his uncle lives in 221A, not 221B and while his uncle is also a detective, he is a crabby man who has a strong dislike for children and has no desire whatsoever to have Griffin around, let alone to teach him anything about being a detective. Griffin isn’t going to let that get him too down though. His uncle is clearly a genius and Griffin can learn a lot from him. When they stumble across a mystery Griffin has his chance to learn what it takes to be a great detective… if he escapes the bad guys and lives long enough to learn it anyway!
Notes: The first in the series, No Place Like Holmes introduces a young boy going to spend a vacation with his uncle he hasn’t met before. Griffin has a strong interest in being a detective, which his uncle claims to be. His uncle is not a believer and pursues nothing spiritual. Griffin is a believer and regularly prays and seeks God’s help and will. The spiritual emphasis is in no way the focus of the book, but the main character recognizes God as ultimate authority and prayer as the solution to problems.
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 3/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Ephesians 1:19 – And he made known to us the mystery of his will according to his good pleasure, which he purposed in Christ,

More Answers For Peggy

“If only there was just one other person to talk to about things, someone who feels the same way I do,” she said aloud as she reached her room and closed the door behind her. “It’s so hard to be all alone.” If I were only home, she thought again longingly.

Book: More Answers For Peggy by Dorothy Martin, Moody Press, 1959
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Target Audience: Girls 12-16
Subjects: Sharing your faith, Obedience
Summary: Being away from home for a year is a very lonely thing to experience, especially when the people you are living with don’t like you all that much. Peggy is spending a year with her aunt and uncle and the sister that is more like a cousin since she’s been raised by her aunt and uncle rather than their parents. They may be family but they are from two different worlds – one rich and one poor, one Christian, one not. Peggy knows she needs to share her faith with her family, but it’s so hard! They do and say such rude things sometimes! How is she supposed to love them when they act so mean?
Notes: The third in The Peggy Books series, this book has Peggy learning about sharing her faith. She lets her own doubts and insecurities prevent her from telling others about Christ or even making friends with anyone. Interestingly, the story actually doesn’t ever have
Peggy succeed at leading someone to Christ. It seems as though her sister gets close and her uncle does become a Christian, but because of a friend, not Peggy. It’s a very realistic fiction book – showing a girl who knows what the right thing to do is, doesn’t do it and winds up with regrets because of it. The book ends with hope that more will change, but Peggy is going back home so it won’t be because of her. It is the whole focus of the book though. The author does a good job showing how our whole focus needs to be on the right things. I can definitely recommend this book!
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 5/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Hebrews 13:5 – Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said, "Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you."

Merlin’s Shadow

And so Merlin wrestled with his desire to free all of the slaves, and not just his own little band – but decided it was too risky. His oath and been to Arthur, and to that he would be true – even if he was a fool to try even that. Could Arthur really come to the throne of his father? Could the island be ruled by justice, and every slave set free? Deep down, Merlin doubted, for the months of suffering and the sickening stupidity of his decisions had grown a callus so thick that he could barely feel his soul breathe anymore. The only dim hope he had was to escape.

Book: Merlin’s Shadow by Robert Treskillard, Blink Publishers, 2013
Genre: Fantasy
Target Audience: Boys 14+
Subjects: Truth, Trust in God, Power
Summary: The stone has been destroyed, the king has been killed, the land has fallen apart. And Merlin is on the run. Who is friend and who is foe? No one even knows any longer. While Merlin runs, a young girl finds objects of power and holds her hate closer to her heart, letting it grow in power and depth. Captured and turned into slaves, Merlin and those following him seek a way, not only out of slavery, but a way to guarantee the safety of the young child who is to be the next king.
Notes: A story based on the legends of King Arthur, Merlin’s Blade is the second book in The Merlin Spiral series. This story contains many of the traditional elements of the legend – the names, the fantasy elements, the objects. It is a well written adventure story, packing in so many events that a few days in the story seem like a few weeks. The spiritual elements are there but not as strong as in the first book.
The focus in this one is the despair and hopelessness that is growing in each of the main characters. Merlin starts to recognize how unworthy of love he is, his sister feels that all those she cares about are gone, Natalenya feels rejected by the one she loves, all those on the side of good feel there is little to no hope. All have to put their hope in something that is beyond the world they see. Merlin especially has to learn to start putting his trust in Christ rather than in himself or others.
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 3/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Psalm 43:5 – Why are you downcast, O my soul? Why so disturbed within me? Put your hope in God, for I will yet praise him, my Savior and my God.

1 Corinthians 15:19 – If only for this life we have hope in Christ, we are to be pitied more than all men.

Thank you to Booksneeze for providing me with a free review copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

The Air We Breathe

She spun the bolt and, staying behind the door, pulled it open so she was trapped against the corner of the wall, the glass between her and Tobias. “Go,” she said again. It hurt to say it, the word barbed wire in her mouth, because she wanted him to stay, too. She wanted someone to strip off her skin and look beneath, to the issue and vessel and bone, and see everything that she kept hidden away – to prove she wasn’t wax but flesh. She wanted normal.

Book: The Air We Breathe by Christa Parrish, Bethany House Publishers, 2012
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Target Audience: Girls 17+
Subjects: Fear, Loss, Faith
Summary: She may be seventeen but it doesn’t seem like it. She’s still a ten year old terrified of the bad men who kidnapped her after killing her father. She’s still hiding inside the house, refusing to go out. She’s tired of it though. She longs for the freedom the outside world promises, but she has no idea how to embrace it. She can’t get over the fear that holds her captive. Once there was a woman who tried to help her. She would take the terrified ten year old out for ice-cream and get her to talk when she was refusing to speak to anyone. The woman told her about Jesus, the One who could offer her hope and peace from her fears. A second terror-filled moment changed all that and sent she and her mom on the run. Now her world is shifting again and she wants it to. The question is can she stand to breathe in the air of the outside world or will the very freedom she longs for become her destruction?
Notes: A stand-alone novel, The Air We Breathe tells the story of Hanna, a seventeen year old still suffering from a kidnapping she experienced as a child, as well as witnessing the murder of her father. It also tells the story of Claire, a woman who lost her children in a car accident and can’t seem to move on with her life after that tragedy. When the two hurting souls find one another healing begins. The little girl heard a tv preacher talking of someone who could save her while she was in captivity. All she heard before the channel was changed was that she needed to ask for help from Je… and so she prays and asks Gee for help and He provides it. When Claire enters her life and tells her more of Jesus, Hanna puts her trust in Him and studies His Word as she grows, deepening her faith. When she and Claire meet again years later and Claire attempts to coax Hanna from her self-imposed captivity, Hanna must put her faith to work in her life to conquer her fears.
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 4.5/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Daniel 2:22 – He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him.

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