Welcome Winter with a Cozy Book

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Disclosure: I received this book from Buoyancy PR. Post contains affiliate links; opinions shared are mine.

Winter activities like playing in the snow don’t really appeal to me. Now, reading….yes!  The reviews for Shepherd, Potter, Spy, and the Star Namer by Peggy Miracle Consolver were upbeat and positive, so I can’t wait to check it out.  

The book starts with a list of character names and relationships. This is so helpful, considering the often-confusing names of Old Testament people.

Despite the ancient setting, it’s easy to find modern correlations in Shepherd, Potter, Spy and the Star Namer.  Sibling rivalry and the desire for acceptance.  Uncertainty about the future.  Land disputes, ambition, and fatal flaws.  Sound familiar?   There were some dear characters who really found their way into my heart. For example, Gran-mamaa reminded me a little of my own precious grandmother.  Some relationships don’t change, even after hundreds of generations.

The detailed conversations were sometimes cumbersome to read.  I admit to skimming some of those, just because I tend to hate reading consecutive pages of dialogue.  It’s a simple read, though, and won’t require too much re-reading to understand the story.

Weighing in at a respectable 320 pages, this book is a weighty match for other Christian fiction novels.  If you prefer historical fiction, especially based in the Old Testament period, you’ll enjoy this one.

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  1. I would love to read this book because it has a Biblical reference/theme. My family is very Christian and I would love to read this to my niece.

  2. Laura Bradley says:

    I would like to read this book because it seems like an exciting, religious adventure!

  3. This is my kind of book to read and then pass on.

  4. This really looks very interesting and I do think my oldest grandson would enjoy reading it also. He is interested in books like this and having a religious theme would also be fun for him.

  5. Sherry Compton says:

    The book received good reviews. They talked about it following scripture and pulling you in.

  6. Julie Waldron says:

    I would to read it because I like reading Christian books.

  7. I would love to share it with my nephew. It sounds like an exciting read.

  8. Sounds like a good historical bible read and something a little different than what I normally read!

  9. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I’d like to read it because it sounds interesting and has a religious theme to it.

  10. The author has taken the little known site of Gibeon from the book of Joshua and used it as a setting to weave a beautiful story of bravery, suspense, compassion and love. The characters are brilliantly developed and leave you wanting the rest of the story.

    Thanks for the contest.

  11. Mary Gardner says:

    I would be interested to read this book because of the Christian aspect.

  12. Renee Walters says:

    I like reading Christian books so this looks great!

  13. Renee Rousseau says:

    I love the artwork and I found the synopsis intriguing. I would love to read more.

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