Friday, June 16, 2017

Book Review: Catching the Wind

Daniel Knight escaped from the Gestapo with ten-year-old Brigitte when he was thirteen. Together they made it to England where they were separated. Daniel promised to find her after the war and he has tried to accomplish this for over 70 years. Now he has placed the quest on Quenby Vaughn, and American journalist in London. Quenby has her own battles but is drawn into the story. Many lies, and sacrifices were made and many futures would be healed through this journey.

Such an intriguing story which has a story line that draws the reader in. Despite the idea that there were two story lines, the writer was able to bring them together. She also made each of the characters come to life. They were definitely complex characters and in the end the story ended in such a way that felt like this was the way it should be.

There were a few scenes which I would rather not see in a Christian book but overall it was well written and well researched.

*I received this from Netgalley and Tyndale House Publishers in exchange for an honest review*

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