Saturday, March 03, 2007
All of the authors who write historical fiction and have books in my to-be-read pile will now benefit from the fact that I must review one historical novel a week for the PASTimes blog. :) So that means if you write historicals I'm four times more likely to read your book next. In regards to Valley of Betrayal by Tricia Goyer...I'm liking it much better now that I'm getting into the story. Why do I get the feeling that Michael is going to be a creep? Oh, and the bullfighting is quite something to read about. I plan to start Letter Perfect by Cathy Marie Hake very soon. I need to finish Family Guardian first. I haven't read it in a week due to other pressing matters, but so far Family Guardian is pretty entertaining. I'm curious as to how it will turn out. The sensory imaging in this book is quite well done, but some of the action seems a bit too crisp. It's hard to explain. You have to read it to see what I mean. When I finish I'll give you an overall impression of that one. Blessed are the Uncool is slowly creeping to a finish. It's very profound reading so I chew it in morsels. All great points and very spiritually deep stuff. I highly recommend this one for teens and adults.
at 7:59 PM Posted by Michelle Sutton