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Hearts Aglow by Tracie Peterson
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Jun 06, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: adult-fiction-books, american-history, historical-fiction
Read in June, 2012

Eh...What I like about this book is that it corresponds well with its previous sequel. The characters don't change, the story is kept up with the last book, and the morals are all the same. I admit that this book is an easy read...there's no hard vocabulary and the sentence structures are very plain and simple. It's good in a way, but I dare say that it could be almost boring. However, I am fond of the morals of this story and the Christian theme that is prevalent in this series. I love how the characters are so thoughtful, free-spirited and very devout Christians. There's a thoughtfulness about this novel which I like. Also, there is some "suspense" (not really suspense but conflict) which kept me reading. Overall I rate this 4/5 just because of how this book is Christian-based and somewhat enjoyable.

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