Ripples Along the Shore by Mona Hodgson ~ Review

Ripples Along the Shore (Quilted Hearts, #3)Lucie's Review: An interesting transition book.

A book that follows two women still hurting from the aftermath of the Civil War, Caroline and Annie, as they overcome the challenges of locking in a spot on the wagon train headed west.

In my opinion this book is a sort of transition book and depends heavily upon its prequels and sequels to make sense, (it is the third in a series, and sets up for the Hearts Seeking Home Series). So in a lot of ways it isn't your typical novella. It acts as more of a transition between The Quilted Heart Series and the Hearts Seeking Home Series. I wouldn't recommend reading this book by itself.

This book focuses mostly on a quilting circle of ladies, whose faith is at various stages and they mentor and help one another, as some prepare to leave and others stay in the wake of the wagon train.

Overall, this is definitely a book that you will want to read if you have read the previous books in the series and plan on reading the next one, it tied up some ends and left some loose to be tied up in the sequel series. I loved the message of how God is making Quilts in our lives, patching things together, combining this and that together into something beautiful. A nice novella :)

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!

No comments:

Post a Comment

I love to hear from you!