Title: Turbulence (Kennedy Stern #5)
Author: Alana Terry
Release Date: December 19, 2016
Publisher: Firstfruits Publishing
Format: eBook (also available in paperback)
Note: I received a free eBook copy of this story from the author. I have chosen to write this review to express my personal opinion.
About the book:
It’s been another grueling semester at Harvard, and Kennedy can hardly wait to take a break from her premed studies for some much-needed rest and relaxation at her roommate’s homestead in rural Alaska.
Unfortunately, Kennedy’s great arctic adventure might come to a crashing halt before it ever begins.
This is an exciting suspense novel!
The particular story in this novel is a stand-alone plot. Throughout the book though there are many references to things that Kennedy has been through in her life and I believe some of them are from earlier books in the series. I have to admit I was a little out of the loop since this is the first book about Kennedy that I have read.
Kennedy is a well-developed character that I was able to really “see” in my mind’s eye as the book went on. She has a number of insecurities that are very relatable. I enjoyed seeing how she was able to evaluate her life and learn from older more mature believers that she meets.
The suspense of the danger on the airplane is incredible. The different people and how they reacted was very clearly presented and easy to understand and follow.
I do want to mention that there are very in-depth discussions about Christian living and witnessing. If this is something that you don’t like to read then I suggest that you select something else.
I am giving this wonderful story a rating of 5 stars and recommending it.