Published by: Thomas Nelson
Written by: Julie Cantrell
Set in the 1940's, I thought that When Mountains Move sounded like something that would be an interesting read, so I decided to read it when given the chance to review it.
This book tells the story of a young woman who is haunted by a bad past and who sets out to start a new future with her new husband. This woman must deal with various things from her past as she tries to make a new life.
Who the book is for:
This book is good for those who love historical fiction and for those who like to read about family drama.
What I liked:
There is a prolife message of sorts that I appreciated.
The characters and setting are interesting.
The story is written in an interesting way.
What I didn’t like:
There are some religious aspects of the book that I do not agree with - things that don't fit with my Christian faith.
Parts of the book toward the end are a little dark and gruesome.
Overall, I thought that this was a different and interesting read.
I give When Mountains Move 4 out of 5 stars.
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