The Hidden Deep (Threshold Series, Book 2)
By Christa Kinde (received for review purposes)
Genre- Juvenile Fiction / Religious / General
Published by- Zonderkidz
Number of pages- 272
Age Group- Young Teens and Tweens
Physical description of book- hardback, list price $14.99, ISBN: 978-0-310-72489-6
The Threshold Series by Christa Kinde is about Prissie Pomeroy and her friends, who just happen to be angels. Prissie is introduced to new angels in Jedrick’s Flight and school is back in session. Her best friends are distancing themselves from her, a kidnapped angel is in pain, and her father’s new helper is not making her life better.
What will happen to the angels? What will happen to the relationships Prissie has with her friends, human and angels?
A couple of extras are a wonderful description of the different types of angels and discussion questions. There is also a chapter from the next book, The Broken Window.
About the author- Christa Kinde currently lives in California with her family. She has written fifteen volumes in the Women of Faith study guide series She has also written study guides and workbooks for authors such as Max Lucado. Her website is www.christakinde.wordpress.com.
My thoughts- I must say that I have enjoyed reading, The Hidden Deep, more than I did the first book in the Threshold Series, The Blue Door, because of the addition of new angels and the lessons and faith Prissie needs to gain.
One of the most intriguing angels goes by the name of Adin. I cannot tell you if he is a good angel or a bad angel, because it will spoil the end of the book. I can tell you though that I was intrigued each time he showed up. I was not sure why he was there or what was going to happen.
I was really glad to see a positive development in the relationship between Prissie and Ransom. They both have so much to offer in a Christian relationship. My favorite part was when Ransom asked her to explain what she believed and she could not. That is so me and many others in this world. We need to be able to help others understand Christianity. I am glad that Ransom was able to explain what he knew to be true. I know I need to be able to explain it as well as he did.
I believe that many young ladies and gentlemen would enjoy reading, The Hidden Deep. It is a good book to read and there are many parts that would be excellent jumping off places for discussions. I highly recommend it.
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received The Hidden Deep, by Christa Kinde, for free through DJC Communications. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. All links were current when posted.