CFBA presents Penelope Wilcock and Remember Me

This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingRemember MeCrossway Books (July 31, 2012)byPenelope WilcockABOUT THE AUTHOR:

PENELOPE WILCOCK is a full-time author living in Hastings, Sussex, on the southeast coast of England. Her blog, Kindred of the Quiet Way, is about a simple and spiritual Christian lifestyle. Her other books in The Hawk and the Dove series are The Hawk and the Dove, The Wounds of God, and The Long Fall.
ABOUT THE BOOK

Remember Me is the third of a trilogy of books focusing on the character of William de Bulmer, his conversion of life and heart, and the flowering of his ability to love. After the brothers of St. Alcuin take William into the abbey (in The Hardest Thing to Do), he falls in love with Abbot John’s sister (in The Hour Before Dawn) and now has accidentally lost all of the abbey’s money (Remember Me). Seasoned author Penelope Wilcock unlocks the story of one man’s struggles, mistakes, and heart’s longings, and traces the possibility of what it means to get things wrong and begin again. As with each novel in this series, the reader is encouraged to explore a universal aspect of the Christian faith—in this case, the cost of allowing God to do what is necessary to make one whole.

 

 

MY THOUGHTS ON THIS BOOK

Though this is not my usual genre to read, this is an intriguing story that will interest you if you like fantasy/medieval type books. Ms. Wilcock creates characters that will interest and captivate you, keeping you turning the pages until the very end. If this is your genre, then you will love this book, as well as the others in this series. So not only grab a copy of this book, get the first two as well so you can read the entire series at once! You will not be disappointed!

This book was provided by CFBA for my review. I was not expected or required to write a positive review. The opinions in this review are mine only.

 

If you would like to read a chapter excerpt of Remember Me, go HERE.

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2 Comments »

  1. Cool review and I posted it on FB!

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    sussexmaiden Says:

    Hi
    I just wanted to ask how I would be able to go about getting a free copy of this book to review, or is it too late to do this now?


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