This review is a couple of years old, but I discovered it just recently and appreciated it. Katie from the Hospitable Homemaker says:
The familiar human experience is captured throughout the story & it draws our hearts in. We walk with older brother Janner, who is only 12, through a world of emotions we all recognize – instinct to protect family, envy toward them, frustrations that mount between siblings, chafing against expectations, anger when we feel wronged, pride in family, & sorrow at loss.
This is a redemptive story, highlighting the beauty of selfless love and transformation. Woven like every good story is, it captures the heart and draws the reader to fight for justice and love and beauty.
Thanks so much, Katie! We’re glad you connected with this series.
Readers, check out Katie’s blog for the rest of the review.
Walking on Water: Are you joining us for this Andrew-recommended readthrough? We’re starting today in the forum. 🙂