The space between words


Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long time book discussion leader

 


Introduction

Title: The space between words

Author: Michele Phoenix

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Publication Date: 2017

Format: Paperback

Length: 327 pages

OVERVIEW

Jessica is a victim of a mass shooting in Paris, France and when she regains consciousness is confused and disoriented. Her friend Patrick seems to continue to be the rock he has always been for her..but is he? Staying at a rural French B&B, her new friends help her regain some semblance of normalcy as well as assisting in her research to translate some very old documents she finds in a beautiful antique sewing box. Could these stories of Huguenot Protestants and their persecution help her to understand her own search for trust in a loving God?

The Huguenot accounts are inspiring and bring about a spiritual change in Jessica who is questioning why God would allow these types of massacres to happen.

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5)

5

Suggested Audience

Fans of Christian fiction, historical fiction, realistic fiction and time slip fiction

Christian Impact

Trust in a loving Father

Other Notes

Contains book discussion questions and an excerpt from the author’s next book.

 


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