The Family Daughter, by Sarah Bryant

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Title: The Family Daughter

Author: Sarah Bryant

Genre(s): Non-Fiction; Inspirational

Rating: ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ (five stars)

Romance Content: None whatsoever.

Recommended age range: 12+ (there is nothing wrong with it; I just think it would be most applicable to this age range)

My Review:

This was a wonderful book! I enjoyed it more than Miss Bryant’s other book, One Thing I Desire, because it was more applicable to me, and talked about more practical things to do. The Lord used it to convict me in many areas, so much that I began to feel discouraged about how many things I need to work on! However, He is faithful, and will help me as I strive to serve Him. ❤ I highly recommend this book, as it touches many topics that often are not addressed, and everything is looked at from a Biblical viewpoint. Miss Bryant uses many Bible verses, and I believe it would be helpful to actually look up all of the verses that she mentions, and to do a study on it (a study guide would also be helpful, but I don’t believe that she has published one). Again, this is highly recommended, and I encourage you to read it. 😉


You can read my review on Goodreads by clicking here. That is where I will post updates if I ever read this book again (I usually don’t update them on here just because it is easier to do so on Goodreads).


5 thoughts on “The Family Daughter, by Sarah Bryant

  1. Rosy Marr says:

    I love this book! It’s very encouraging. For school last year I was supposed to read each chapter in turn, and write a short report on each one. We also have One Thing I Desire by Sarah Bryant. And her magazine, The King’s Blooming Rose. Good job on this review!

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