By Michellekidwell
2 years ago

Book Review: The Space Between Words

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The Space Between Words

by Michèle Phoenix

Thomas Nelson--FICTION

Thomas Nelson
Christian , General Fiction (Adult)

Pub Date 05 Sep 2017

I am reviewing a copy of The Space Between Words through Thomas Nelson and Netgalley:

The day after the attacks on Paris, Jessica regains consciousness in a French hospital, images of the carnage she saw playing in her head. She is relieved to find her friends Patrick and Vonda were okay, but every time she closes her eyes to sleep the images played over and over again.

Patrick Sticks by her side, and encourages her to go ahead with the trip they had planned, before going back home.

But was Patrick really there?

A find at a local flea market, a faded document hid in an antique leads Jessica to discover the story of Adeline Balliard whose faith was condemned her life endangered and her community deciminated by Huguenot persecution. With the help of some of her friends she will learn about this brave woman.

This is one of those novels, that pulls you in and doesn’t let go.

Five out of five stars.

Happy Reading.
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