Christian Adventure Books
Browse Christian book reviews in the adventure fiction genre from readers, contributors, book reviewers, and your Guide to Christianity, offering a critique of each title from a Christian perspective.
Reader Review: The Snowflake by Jamie Carie
This story of struggle can reach the hearts that yearn for a different life. Those who feel trapped, alone and forgotten can see hope anew and gain courage from this tale.
Book Review: Wind River by Tom Morrisey
Although Wind River is not Tom Morrisey's first novel, this is the first one I've read. It will not be the last. As a wilderness adventure, I was drawn to Wind River, but what captured me was the realistic way in which the main characters demonstrate the harsh reality of what it means to be a follower of Christ. Real Christians were found on the pages of this book. I gave it 4 stars.
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I saw that. You provided that as a warning.2010-03-26 20:56:13 by BonaFideVim
I get it.
I recently mentioned a book in here, it's called "Hinds Feet On High Places" by Hannah Hurnard.
It has a Christian theme - the author was a nun AND - that's not why I'm suggesting it. The story is a brilliant analogy to the adventure we take through life and the emotions that accompany us.
It's a wonderful story that - if you can get past the religous bit (the book doesn't preach anything) - will show you some insightful stuff.
I'm not religious and this is one of my all time favorite books and I'm mad about reading