(Book review) Freedom’s Ring

Reviewed by: Margaret Frye, Professional Writing Major at Taylor University, Upland, Indiana



Title: Freedom’s Ring

Author: Heidi Chiavaroli

PublisherTyndale House

Publication Date: 2017

Format: Print book

Length: 386 pages


With a unique setting (Boston 2015 and Boston 1770) Freedom’s Ring is bound to keep the attention of the reader. Freedom’s Ring is centered on two women: Annie, a Bostonian marathon runner haunted by the events of the Boston Marathon Bombing, and Liberty, a young patriot struggling with loss and regret. Each chapter ends with a cliffhanger, making it almost impossible to put the book down. Freedom’s Ring uses authentic history woven into a fictitious story set in both modern day and during the Revolution. Though separated by time, Annie and Liberty share a unique connection through a valuable heirloom: a ring. The two women also share a desire to let go of pain, regret, and shame and to know their Maker and Savior. The storytelling is fast-paced, the characters are three-dimensional, and the settings of both time periods are visually enhancing.


Rating (1 to 5)


Suggested Audience

Young Adult/Adult

Christian Impact

Freedom’s Ring is historical Christian fiction with a strong message of redemption, forgiveness, and prayer. Though not blunt with its Christian message, Freedom’s Ring directly shares the gospel message by making it a natural part of a relatable story. Both protagonists, Liberty and Annie, move from having little desire to discover a relationship with God to realizing their desperate need for Him. However, this heart-change happens beautifully and progressively throughout the book.

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