This book, Turbulence by Alana Terry, is such a good book. I have had books before where I said I could not put them down, yet I did. Not this one, if I was awake I was reading it.
This is a part of a series, Kennedy Stern, however I was able to connect to the characters immediately. I do want to go back and read the others but I definitely was not lost. As the title suggests, most of this story takes place on an airplane, however the turbulence they experience is not weather related. There is a parent who is unhappy with school district decisions and saw hijacking the plane as the only way left to get his message across. Then as they restrain him, a bomb explodes. There is a lot of action throughout the book but there is also lessons of faith and the importance of witnessing throughout.
I related with the main character with my reluctance to witness at times, yet I want to see my friends and family throughout eternity. This book helps to see how to do this without seeming like a sermon.
I have read other books by Alana Terry and if I had to say which was my favorite, I couldn't. I love them all, this one is very much included in that.
I was given this book by the author in exchange for my honest review and it was definitely my pleasure.