Foreword Reviews

  • Book Reviews
  • Christian

Book Review

The Hidden Side

by Meg Nola

The historical intrigue of Revolutionary War New York parallels the all-too-familiar modern nightmare of a high school shooting in Heidi Chiavaroli’s compelling "The Hidden Side", a novel about tragedy, faith, and personal courage. The... Read More

Book Review

The 49th Mystic

by Meagan Logsdon

Rife with intriguing speculation, Ted Dekker’s "The 49th Mystic" pushes against the boxes that encompass much of modern Christianity. The seemingly idyllic Eden, Utah, is an isolated religious community and the home to Rachelle, a girl... Read More

Book Review

Pelican Point

by Meagan Logsdon

Romance blooms in the shadow of a historic lighthouse in Irene Hannon’s latest novel, "Pelican Point". The lighthouse in Hope Harbor, Oregon, falls into the hands of ex–army doctor Ben Garrison as part of an inheritance from his... Read More

Book Review

The Pirate Bride

by Karen Rigby

Kathleen Y’Barbo’s "The Pirate Bride" is a lavish eighteenth-century romance that details the power of a young girl’s prayers. Set on the high seas, on an island, and in New Orleans, the story of a chance meeting between a young... Read More

Book Review

The Gates of Sheol

by Claire Foster

This historically attentive narrative keeps its pace, resulting in a memorable, fierce novel with a strong Christian message. War is hell. As young Sergeant Stanley Mitchell discovers as he passes through the gates of the Confederate... Read More

Book Review

The Gifts of Nicholas

by Billie Rae Bates

"The Gifts of Nicholas" is a pretty and exceedingly positive book that will appeal to both believers and nonbelievers. The Christmas spirit comes alive in lush color in James Marion King’s The Gifts of Nicholas. The book is equal parts... Read More

Load More