Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Book Review - The Lion Cubs by Chrissy M. Dennis



Publisher's Blurb:
15-year-old loner, Lexi Vogan, has had enough: four foster families in two years is enough to make anybody run away! Alone in the world, she flees to Jacksonville where a group of runaway teens live in abandoned tunnels hidden below the city. It seems like the perfect place for a forgotten face.
Liz Swavier, 36, became a widow two years ago when her husband succumbed to cancer, but she’s doing okay, at least that’s what she tells herself. Working long hours as a doctor in the ER department, Liz's friends and family grow concerned that she’s hurled herself into work to numb her grief.
Then, on a typical Friday afternoon, an appointment with Divine intervention causes these two very different lives to collide beginning a journey towards restoration that only an all-knowing, loving God could weave together. 

My Reveiw: This was a nice light read - It was very easy to get into the story and stay interested. Well written and engaging. I read it in a few hours. It is geared more to teens but I enjoyed it.

"Book has been provided courtesy of Word Alive Press and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. Available now from your favourite bookseller.

2 comments:

Gill - That British Woman said...

I enjoyed it as well,

Gill

Chrissy M. Dennis said...

Thank you for reading my book and taking the time to review it. Your kind words are much appreciated :)
Chrissy M. Dennis
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