Revival Season by Monica West
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is the second book this year that I have had to continuously remind myself that what is taking place is in the current timeframe, as opposed to something happening in the last century. This is due, in part, to some antiquated ideals paired with timeless behaviors and practices. As a pastor’s child myself, a lot of the atmosphere and activities were very familiar, and I was appreciative of the fact that the author is respectful of the faith and views of God while still pointing out and uncovering the imperfect human nature prevalent in the religious community. The supernatural aspect is a fantastic and relevant twist, even with its own inconsistencies, and the familial relationships are compelling and provocative.
I definitely recommend this if you would like to step away from the normal read and explore something unique.
An advanced copy of this book was sent to me by the publisher. The opinions are my own.
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