Tag Archives: historical fiction

THE PAINTED CASTLE

This novel is compelling, and is one definitely difficult to put down. Like any great work of Christian fiction, it is also one where we can learn of our own vulnerabilities and how to overcome them with faith in the only One who can transform us and our broken lives.

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To Steal a Heart

The author takes us into New York City in 1886 to show us the plight of children without parents. They become street orphans and are taken in by characters not interested in their welfare.(

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When Twilight Breaks

The author also makes her story more particular than many historical romance novels, with lots of references to specific buildings and music which were popular in 1930s Germany.  This gives the story a sense of depth, the sense that Sundin is telling a story grounded in a historical period, not just using Germany as a backdrop for an easy morality tale.

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The Awakening of Miss Adelaide

The Awakening of Miss Adelaide, reveals one woman’s hidden needs and potential.

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