Pearl Weaver’s Epic Apology


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

 


Introduction

Title: Pearl Weaver’s Epic Apology

Author: Rachel Keener

Publisher: Rachel Keener

Publication Date: 2017

Format: Paperback

Length: 421 pages

OVERVIEW

This book goes back and forth between two time periods. In modern times, we have Pearl whose father values being unique, even eccentric, over everything else, including social graces. Did this keep her from being normal? Her father, a well-known Southern author just crossed something out and started over, but this was in his books not in real life. Yet, Pearl was always desperate for a fresh, new start just like her father’s writing.

The life and romance of Abel and Stella was another story in another time where Stella gave up everything she had for the love of Able, yet felt she gained so much more.

Can Pearl gleam from Stella what is really important in life? Will her desperate attempts to change her life really help her in the end?

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5)

3

Suggested Audience

Fans of Christian fiction

Christian Impact

This book has a good Christian worldview and Pearl’s life is changed as she commits to Christ but also as she sees what is really important in life.

Other Notes

Contains discussion questions

 


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