I'm impressed with the author's ability to craft such lifelike characters-without whitewashing them. A VERY intriguing read.
This series is morally and spiritually uplifting, a clean read, outweighing some violence.
With funny-sounding names, places and cultural traditions, the author firmly anchors her readers on the planet Gannah. However, the plot mimics a modern-day "earthish" novel - a rebellious teenager, a group of vengeful visitors and a nation about to be invaded by outside forces.
I was pulled into the drama and engaged by the writing.
With more twists and turns than a Gannah underground tunnel, the author skillfully weaves the elements of a story that sings of the peace that can only come when we trust in Almighty God, whatever the circumstances.
Plot lines and lives converge as the planet faces an overwhelming threat and characters overcome personal challenges. The author convincingly portrays viewpoints of various ages and personalities as well as settings that transport the reader into this vivid world. Once you've set foot on Gannahan soil, you won't want to come back!
Well told and engaging.
It is humorous and at times suspenseful.