A Sparrow in Terezin

by Kristy Cambron

In Kristy’s follow up novel to The Butterfly and the Violin, we are once again taken back into the horrific time of WWII. As the story jumps from present day to the 1940’s, she beautifully intertwines the past and present. While, in the present, William fights for his name to be cleared. As we are taken back, Sophie’s back story is also partially revealed.

I have never seen a book that goes back and forth like this. At first, I wasn’t sure what to think, or if I would like it. I also have a terrifying phobia of reading anything to do with WWII as my compassionate heart can’t handle it. That being said, the book grabbed my attention right away and I felt engrossed and engaged the entire way through. Kristy had a wonderful balance of sharing the details of this tragic era without sharing too many of the details. The characters were full of life and I fell in love with each one.

Please pick up a copy of this book (don’t forget the first one! You’re gonna want it to keep up!!). Link is in the pic above. Thank you, Litfuse, for this wonderful read! As always, this is my honest opinion. Here’s to many more!!

— Don’t forget to check out my Face-Off with Kristy Cambron and enter to win this great read!!

A Year of Living Prayerfully – How a Curious Traveler Met the Pope, Walked on Coals, Danced with Rabbies, and REVIVED HIS PRAYER LIFE

by Jared Brock

From the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, to the “Men’s Only” Island in Greece, with a stop at the Westboro crazies, Jared went around the world. These are only a few of the destinations that he visited in his year of learning to pray. Oh yeah, lunch with the Pope? Wha???

His great wit, charismatic personality, VERY PATIENT wife, and desire to learn new things leads him on a once in a lifetime journey that will keep you turning the pages. Through it all, he is seeking the different ways that people pray and worship God through different “Bible believing” sects/denominations/whatever you want to call it.

It was a really fun book with so much information. Loved it. Would definitely recommend!! Link is in the pic.

Thank you, Tyndale House, for this awesome read. As always, this is my honest opinion. Here’s to many more!!