I'm participating in Litfuse's blog tour for Tricia Goyer's newest book, By the Light of the Silvery Moon!
Since first reading Tricia’s Liberator series (WWII), I’ve been a fan of her books. Some I’ve liked better than others, based on the time period or various subjects.
By the Light of the Silvery Moon is on the ‘liked better’ list!
I just recently read another great book with the Titanic as a main focus. The morbidly fascinating truth of an ‘unsinkable’ ship that actually sank lends itself to some great ‘what if’ fiction.
By the Light of the Silvery Moon is an early 1900 story of a prodigal son. Misplaced guilt as a young boy has driven Quentin to make poor choices. So many, in fact, that he believes he can never return home.
At his very lowest, a kind-eyed woman hands him a ticket to the beautiful Titanic on which, unbeknownst to him, his father and brother are also passengers.
So knowing the end of the Titanic, how could any story be that exciting? Oh, but it is, if your storyteller is Tricia Goyer!
Tricia brings her characters to life so that you can’t help but long for their rescue as the disaster is taking place. You already know the unfortunate ending of the great White Star liner, but what keeps you turning the pages is not only whether or not this character or that one survives, but will any of them understand the bigger-than-Titanic importance of reconciliation before it’s too late?
Great read. Kept me up late into the night (always a sign of a good book)!
That's what I thought! Click HERE to see what other Litfuse reviewers are saying about By the Light of the Silvery Moon!
Special thanks to Tricia and Barbour Publishing, through Litfuse, for sending me a copy to read and review!
Also reviewed on Amazon and Christianbook.
**DISCLOSURE: I was given a free product in exchange for an honest review. Please read my full disclosure policy HERE.**