Book Review | Where the Blue Sky Begins

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Where the Blue Sky Begins by Katie Powner.

Book Blurb

After an accident brings businessman Eric Larson and eccentric Eunice Parker together, the unlikely pair spend more time with each other than they would like while facing challenges beyond what they imagined. As Eunice comes to accept her terminal illness, they both wrestle with an important question: What matters most when the end is near?

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Danielle’s Review

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.

Where the Blue Sky Begins by Katie Powner is Christian fiction novel set in Montana. This is a story about two unlikely friends, priorities, perceptions, and forgiveness.

While one character is facing a terminal illness, the other struggles to adjust to his new job in the middle of nowhere. Discouragement and darkness could permeate this story, but the author does a masterful job of infusing it with hope and goodness.

The two characters came to life for me so that I cared about them, a challenging thing since one was facing the end of her life. But I couldn’t put the book down. I rooted for both characters to find the peace they needed before it was too late. And while a strong Christian message abounds in this book, neither was it preachy. The characters struggled with the concepts and the author leaves it at that.

If you’re wondering why God has you where you’re at in your life, if you’re struggling with contentment or forgiveness, then I recommend picking up a copy of this book. It was so good!

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