No one ever asked

Reviewed by:

Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long-time book discussion leader


No one ever asked


Katie Ganshert








366 pages


When the doors of a poor school district close, those students are bussed to Crystal Ridge, a much more affluent district. Emotions run high, feelings about race are rampant, even those who claim to not see color get into the fray. The lives of three women are particularly influenced: Camille Gray, PTA president and a perfect representative of women in Crystal Ridge; Jen Covington, career nurse whose desire for motherhood has finally been realized in her adopted daughter Jubilee from Liberia; and Anaya Jones, brand new teacher at Crystal Ridge who never imagined the minefield she has stepped onto. Their lives converge in a myriad of ways as each attempts to protect the ones they love. Can they do it without losing something greater.

This is a gripping story, one that is based on true events which makes it even more compelling to the reader. It will grab hold of you and come back to your thoughts long after you have finished the book.


Rating (1 to 5):


Suggested Audience:

Fans of Christian fiction, particularly those interested in racial issues

Christian Impact:

Understanding our true motives, living as real Christians, what would Jesus really do?

Other Notes (Optional):

Contains author’s note and Reader’s guide

No One Ever Asked

About Ceil Carey

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

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