My To-Read List: Fiction Edition

Hi, everyone! First of all, I want to apologize for not posting actual reviews recently. With starting RHM, I’ve been busy lately and actually haven’t read very much. Just to let you all know, if I don’t start reading more soon, I may have to start posting only every other week again… sorry! Well, let’s get on to the post.

This is the second post in the series My To-Read List. As you can see from the title, this is the fiction edition. I’ll warn you right now, most of these are mystery or adventure books… I really enjoy those types of books. 😉

Book #1:

Okay, so this isn’t one book, it’s a whole series. I’ve read a couple of these books (Summer of Suspense and Peril on Providence Island), but I really want to read the rest- the ones that I read were amazing!

Book #2:

The Star Under the City has been on my list for a while now; it just sounds so amazing! Christian, WWII (okay, so just to make this clear, I’m not a WWII fanatic like some people, but I do like that time period), mystery-ish… ❤ ❤

Book #3:

This book sounds amazing, too! It’s a dystopian (I don’t read much of that genre, but I have heard that it’s very exciting, and I like that!) about Christians being persecuted and standing for their faith: Yes! It sounds so good!! 🙂

Book #4:

 

Okay, so this isn’t the best cover… or the best picture of it…

I’ve read all of the books in the Moody Family Series up to this point, and they all were amazing (targeted toward a younger age range, perhaps, but still amazing)! We have friends who bought all of the books up to book #8, and they are letting us borrow them one at a time. I just finished #7, so hopefully I’ll get to read this one soon. 🙂

Book #5:

I haven’t heard much about this book, but the fact that it’s “Christian Holmes” leads me to believe that it is a good one. 😉 It’s not that high on my TBR list, but it still sounds really good.

 

Let me know in the comments…

  • Have you read any of these books? Were they good?
  • What is your favorite genre?

 

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9 thoughts on “My To-Read List: Fiction Edition

    • Leona Ruth says:

      The Baker Family Adventures… hmm… there aren’t any bad things in them, so I don’t think there would be an age range based on that. They are pretty suspenseful, however, and some parts are a bit scary, so you might want to keep that in mind. Hope this helps! 🙂

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  1. Laura A. Grace says:

    I’ve been really intrigued about Crossroads since I saw it a few months ago. I greatly enjoy Christian dystopian and think I should check it out sometime, but not sure what to do with my already overflowing TBR pile. LOL! Looks like some great reads are here!

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