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TOO FAR TO SAY FAR ENOUGH
Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream
The conclusion to Rue’s Reluctant Prophet series is a satisfying culmination of this unusual story. There are times that this installment gets a tad too long-winded and circuitous, while Allison is puzzling through what God wants her to do, yet it fits with her character so the plot doesn't drag as much as it could have. Overall, this is a wonderful series with a great deal of food for thought.
Allison Chamberlain seems to have life more together. Her adoption of Desmond is now final, and the Sacrament Houses seem to be following the plans God laid out. Yet her relationship with Chief isn’t flowing smoothly, and she keeps hearing the message to “go another mile.” What does that mean for the future? All Allison knows is that she’s come too far to say far enough and must figure out where she is to go from here. (DAVID C. COOK, Oct., 396 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed By: Melissa Parcel
Publisher: DAVID C. COOK
Published: October 2012