Wednesday, November 23, 2011
A Whisper of Peace by Kim Vogel Sawyer Book Review
Clay Selby and Lizzie Dawson fight against spiritual and cultural odds in Kim Vogel Sawyer's fiction book- A Whisper of Peace. Clay and his sister, Vivian, embark on a missionary journey to a small native village in Alaska. They accidentally befriend Lizzie, who had been excommunicated from the village. Clay and Vivian seek to make peace between Lizzie and the village and Clay begins to fall in love with the mysterious beautiful woman living in the woods. Do Clay and Lizzie have a chance and can Clay share his love for Father God with Lizzie and the villagers?
This was a story of deep cultural differences that seemed to take dips and dives in the story line. I wasn't entirely convinced of Clay and Lizzie's relationship which seemed very shallow and more like brother and sister. Lizzie was described as beautiful, but also with a rough personality which changed into a more graceful demeanor by the end of the book. However, I really liked the sweet little children that were depicted and the main story about redemption.
*This product was provided to me free of charge for purpose of this review. This is my honest opinion of this book and no monetary compensation was received for my opinion.*