Saturday, March 9, 2013

Crossing Values

Crossing Values is an amazingly written story of the power of forgiveness and unending love. As the story starts you are not sure what is going to happen to the people in the town aren’t going to get hurt. However, as the story progresses you see how each person is influenced by her coming into town and it changes each of them in their own little way. I think the story could have been slowed down a little bit so you could get to know the inevitable characters of the story a little bit better and not have to guess different things about them that the story doesn’t include. Other then that I loved the story and it was so easy to fall into the story and not want to come out of it until the story is finished.

The book is short, at only around 160 pages, yet in that small number of pages Carrie Daws makes a huge difference in her reader’s lives and makes them think deeper about the story and the meanings behind it and the power of God’s forgiveness.

I was not made to write a positive review, only to voice my personal opinion on the title above mentioned. I received this book for free for review thru Carrie Daws, the Author.  

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