White: The Restoration Trilogy, Book One

Reviewed by:  Ceil Carey, Co-president of ECLA and log time book discussion leader



Title: White: The Restoration Trilogy, Book One

Author: Denise Weimer

Publisher: Canterbury  House Publishing

Publication Date: 2016

Format: Paperback

Length: 215 pages


In White, the first in a trilogy about historic restoration, preservationist Jennifer, just graduating with her degree, is hired by Michael to restore his family’s landmark home in a rural Georgia area. Along with this modern day story, the reader is given glimpses into Michael’s great-grandmother’s life, Georgia Pearl, a light skinned black woman who finds it easier to just “become” white in a still very prejudiced society.

Jennifer has had losses in her life and only as we read the book does she realize her need for God and a real community of believers. Michael knows the Lord but is at a bitter, angry point in his life but it is Stella, an African American painter who works side by side with Jennifer who helps to draw her to the Lord.


Rating (1 to 5)


Suggested Audience

Fiction aficionados, especially those who are interested in historic restoration.

Christian Impact

This fictional story has a Christian worldview even to the extent of giving the plan of salvation.

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White (The Restoration Trilogy, #1)

About Ceil Carey

The Evangelical Church Library Association, founded in 1970, is a fellowship of Christian churches, schools, and individuals.

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