I don’t read much Christian fiction. It’s almost universally poorly written, with trite, uncompelling story lines and unconvincing characters. And an inordinate amount of it seems to be set on the Oregon Trail or in the California gold rush.
Redeeming Love, by Francine Rivers does, admittedly, fit this last stereotype, but in every other respect it is as unlike a typical Christian novel as it is possible to be.
I’ve reveiwed it on my brother’s blog today, why not hop over there now to find out why I think everyone should read this amazing novel!