Monday, August 04, 2014
Book Review - Woman of Courage by Wanda E. Brunstetter
Woman of Courage was written by Wanda E. Brunstetter and published by Shiloh.
If you enjoy Amish fiction, you might recognize Wanda E. Brunstetter's name. She has written some of the best Amish stories I've read. Woman of Courage is not about an Amish woman. It is about two women who could be called women of courage - one of them a Quaker missionary and the other a Nez Perce married to a white fur trader. Their paths meet and they both go through amazing journeys that strengthen them and build courage. This story blends love, faith, and perilous journeys together to create a perfect mix.
I truly enjoy Wanda's writing. She is a great writer who knows how to keep a story going without filling it with "stuff" that is meaningless or improper. The Lord is kept front and center, as He should be in any work labeled as Christian.
I am looking forward to more novels like Woman of Courage.