Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Nancy Rue's Unexpected Dismounts ~ Reviewed


By Nancy Rue
Published by David C. Cook
ISBN 978-1-4347-6492-8


Allison Chamberlain thought she was doing everything God required of her—but as her journey continues in the second book of The Reluctant Prophet series, she might have to let go of everything she loves to follow the call.

She was already taking care of five former prostitutes who were recovering from lives no tick-ridden mongrel dog should have to endure. And trying to adopt an orphan. And coping with feeling she didn't know she had in her.

But along the way, she experiences unexpected dismounts, as every Harley owner who risks the ride eventually does. A distant relative challenges the adoption, And influential businessman tries to block her ministry. Her beloved Chief is seriously injured. A piece of her past elbows its way in. As she picks herself up again and again, Allison realizes she just might have to give up everything she loves just to stay upright.

Review:

This is the series every young person, who seeks not to be a Christian in name only but the hands and feet of Jesus, needs to read. This is what the church needs to be. With an unpredictable plot, wonderful characters you want to meet in real life—well most of them anyway, Unexpected Dismounts is as terrific a read as The Reluctant Prophet. Novel Rocket and I give it our highest recommendation – it's a 5-star must read.

Reviewed by: Ane Mulligan, Sr. editor

2 comments:

Nancy Rue said...

Thank you, Ane et al.! I couldn't be more pleased. After reading your review, I can now actually finish the third book in the trilogy! You have blessed me. Nancy Rue

Ane Mulligan said...

And I can't wait to read it, Nancy!! My Sunday School teacher read The Reluctant Prophet, and he doesn't read fiction. He can't wait to read this one. And I can't wait for #3. :)