Book Review : Imogen’s Chance

This book is being featured on the Australian Christian Readers Blog Alliance this week. Information about the author and more details about the book can be found here. Paula has again chosen a challenging theme for the basis of her novel, Imogen’s Chance – a...

Book Review : Piece by Piece

Piece by piece : unlocking the puzzle for an effective ministry to today’s children is an excellent resource for people working in children’s ministry. By using the illustration of a jigsaw puzzle Tammy Tolman is able to explain the different aspects of children’s...
Book Review : The Risky Way Home

Book Review : The Risky Way Home

The Risky Way Home is another captivating story by Paula Vince. It begins with Casey responding to a job advert and reconnecting with an old-school friend. In taking up the position she finds herself unexpectedly challenged not only in the job but also in her personal...
Book Review : Best Forgotten

Book Review : Best Forgotten

Best Forgotten by Paula Vince is a mystery with an unusual twist. While running away from something or someone, Courtney Lockwood is hit by a car and loses his memory. He can’t even remember his own name; let alone what he was running from. It creates other unanswered...

Book Review : Quenarden Prophecies

Last week I posted about Paula Vince’s adult fiction novel, Picking up the pieces. Today I am reviewing another of Paula’s books: Quenarden Prophecies, which is completely different. It is a fantasy novel for teenagers and book one of the Quenarden...
Book Review : Picking up the pieces

Book Review : Picking up the pieces

Picking up the pieces is being featured on the Australian Christian Readers Blog Alliance this week. Information about the author and more details about the book can be found here. Picking up the pieces is a very brave book, tackling the subject of rape in a Christian...
Book Review : A Design of Gold

Book Review : A Design of Gold

Paula Vince has tackled a difficult subject in A Design of Gold. The death of a close friend is difficult enough but when the main character feels her actions may have contributed to her friend’s death, it is seriously complicated. Paula handles her subject matter...