Monday, October 17, 2011

Review - Found in Translation

Found in Translation by Roger Bruner

Release Date: January 1, 2011
Publisher: Barbour Books
Genre: Christian Contemporary
Series: Found in Translation #1
Pages: 368
Format: Paperback
Buy It: Amazon
Join spoiled eighteen-year-old Kim Hartlinger on a mission trip to a remote Mexican village where faith, obedience, and forgiveness intersect. This first novel in a brand-new series will challenge your faith and capture your heart as you get to know Kim and her new friends and witness their unforgettable journey.
This book awed me. At first I was confused, because Kim is described as a spoiled girl, but I didn't find her all that spoiled. She is simply a rich child who is used to being able to buy whatever. However, her personality was very down to earth, and she is very sweet.

Her relationships with the others blossom and encourage her experience on the trip. This book gave me a huge desire to use my Spanish abilities and share the gospel in other countries, especially seeing how much Kim learned from it.

The ending it so touching! It brought me to tears. This books is definitely a must-read, and I look forward to reading the sequel!

I received this book free for review from the author for a blog tour. I was not required to post an positive review, simply an honest one.

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