Wednesday, January 06, 2016
Review: With Every Letter
With Every Letter by Sarah Sundin tells the story of Lt. Mellie Blake who, while looking forward to beginning her training as a flight nurse, is not looking forward to writing a letter to a man she's never met.
However, what follows is far from a "typical" letter writing campaign. It is instead a story of real life, real friendships, real disappointments, and what it truly feels like to not belong. So many times we are presented with characters we feel inadequate next to. This book presents characters that leave us feeling like we are not alone in our insecurities.
As always, I have high requirements for Christian fiction. I want it to be as good as secular writing. And this book was. In addition, the truth of Christ is presented in a very real way -- not in a corny or non-believable way.
Since this book is free on Kindle, you can't lose! Give it a try!