Lyn Reviews NYTimes Best-selling Author Francine Rivers’ Bridge to Haven
Bridge to Haven by Francine Rivers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Francine Rivers has done it again–KEPT ME AWAKE AT NIGHT! Bridge to Haven is riveting reading–just as riveting as Redeeming Love and Leota’s Garden my two favorite Francine Rivers’ novels thusfar.
It’s very easy to see why Francine has become a New York Times best-selling author. Her heroine Abra is orphaned and left under a bridge. Fortunately God leads Pastor Zeke to the spot where he quickly tucks Abra close to his heart where she stays the rest of her life.
But no life can be lived without pain and loss. Abra is no exception. Some parts of Bridge to Haven were hard for me to read, kind of like in my own childhood when I watched my brother do things, I knew were going to get him into all kinds of trouble.
I identified most with Joshua, Pastor Zeke’s son, who is forced to do the same with Abra.
But don’t worry, the ending won’t make you wish you hadn’t read the book. God’s children always have hope and redemption just waiting for them.
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