Friday, March 31, 2017

Review: BoliviaKnight by Felicia Bridges

34104439BoliviaKnight by Felicia Bridges

Peter, the oldest of seven children born to missionaries in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, resents the idea of leaving the only home he’s known to go to college in the States. His parents insist he needs to leave the shelter of the familiar in order to discover a real and vibrant faith of his own.

When he stumbles on evidence of a murder and reports it to the police, he launches his family and his best friend, Kasey, into a world of drug smuggling and human trafficking which threatens the lives of everyone he loves.

Peter’s temper lands eighteen-year-old Kasey in the hospital where they meet Esperanza, a sixteen-year-old victim of Hector, the same villain who threatens Peter and his family. The stakes are higher than ever. Esperanza is desperate to escape not only the vicious traffickers but her own dependence on the drugs they used to control her.

Peter confronts his own darkest emotions and the consequences of his choices.
He must decide between defeating the cartel through powers darker than Hector himself or trusting God to provide victory through the love of Christ.

Pages: 246
Format: E-Book
Published By: Vinspire Publishing
Genre: YA - Christian Fiction
Series: International Mission Force
FTC Disclaimer: I received this book free to read and review, thanks to YA Bound.

Cover Review:
I really like the cover with the drawing of a person rather than an image/picture of a real person.


BoliviaKnight is the second book in the International Mission Force series, and I have the first book in the series to read, but this is a series that you do not have to read in order, and you will be fine (at least I had no problem following along - if I was missing something than I didn't realize it).

I really enjoyed reading this story, and I felt like it focused on a lot of emotional and heartbreaking issues that are currently going on in the world today. I liked the storyline and I liked the characters. There were slow moments in this story, but there were also fast-paced, intense scenes that made up for the slow moments.

All in all, this was a really good story that I would definitely recommend.

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