“In the midst of the cold, snowy woods, the Graham Quartet stumble across a mystery. It could mean danger, but that doesn’t stop Elsa, Matt, Tim and Selena as they try their best to help a stranger who needs them. But what can Siam, Hong Kong and Vanderbilt have to do with the local furniture factory? And why are so many strangers suddenly appearing and then disappearing in town? With the arrival of an elusive figure, things start moving, while a simple delivery trip may bring more than the Quartet bargained for. Will the four siblings be able to help their friend and their country?” ~from Goodreads.com
Title: The Graham Quartet and the Mysterious Strangers
Author: Rebekah A. Morris
Genre(s): Christian Fiction
Rating: ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ (five stars)
Romance Content: None.
Recommended age range: 10+
I thoroughly enjoyed this book! It was very interesting, and held my attention.
There were a couple of things that I wondered about… for one thing, since it was such a thin book, I assumed that it would be about younger kids, aimed at a lower age range, but the “kids” in the story were ages 12-19. Also, since this was written by a homeschooled author, I assumed that the kids would be homeschooled as well. However, that was not the case. They went to school in town (it didn’t say whether it was public or Christian). There was nothing wrong with this book, those were just some things that threw me off. 😉