Sunday, March 23, 2008

Leota's Garden

Another great book by Francine Rivers; I love it when I find a new enjoyable author to read.
The author explores a theme with countless implications for our lives today: Choices that affect the lives of those we love, sometimes in ways we could never imagine. With a masterful blend of realistic characters, compelling relationships, and unfolding family secrets, Rivers once again opens our eyes to an issue of both human and spiritual dimensions. Leota's Garden touches heart and spirit, pointing to the One whose resurrection - in a garden - made possible lasting peace, forgiveness and reconciliation (from the book jacket)

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