Thursday, August 12, 2010

Book Review: Still House Pond

Still House Pond by Jan Watson

This thrilling piece of fiction takes place in 1896.  Still House Pond tells the tale of a blended family, Copper the mother is the local midwife who is often pulled from her large family to care for others.  Through a unique set of circumstances the parents believe their daughter has been terribly hurt or worse due to a train accident.
Each member struggles to grow in their faith in the Lord.

I would recommend this book for adolescent young ladies to adults. I don’t feel that a clear message was presented to the reader on how to grow their own faith.  That being said, this is a fiction novel and it’s purpose is to entertain, and it certainly did.  The suspenseful surprise keep me quickly turning pages and I certainly couldn’t put it down.  I was glad to see that even though this book was really about the women in the story, the men’s parts were written in such a way to not appear as weaklings, other than the villain. I would definitely recommend this book to my friends to read.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Tyndale House Publishers for the purpose of reviewing this book. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 <>


C.McKane said...

Sounds interesting... but does it have a sad ending? I know I'm lame but I hate upsetting endings (well unless I write them ;)

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The Crimson Beloved said...

Now Eliza Leigh you know I can't tell you the ending! I can say that it's a solid/good ending. Your blog is so cute!

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