“Turbulence” is a fairly short novel; however the author manages to cram quite a bit of content in between its covers. Not only does heroine Kennedy Stern find herself once again in the midst of deep trouble but also manages to have some deep spiritual conversations that have profound effects on her life and on others.
Situations within the plot are very believable and are so current the reader could hear about something similar in tomorrow’s news. Portrayal of different characters was on point, especially some of the attitudes toward others that reeked of racial profiling. I also loved the little granny lady who spent so much time with Kennedy. I had to wonder if she was one of those “angel unaware” encounters.
A fun read, “Turbulence” held my interest until the very end. I think I read it in one sitting. My only complaint is that it ended much too quickly.
I voluntarily reviewed a digital copy of this book that was provided by the author. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Facing doubts and terror at forty thousand feet.
It’s been another grueling semester at Harvard, and Kennedy can hardly wait to take a break from her premed studies for some much-needed rest and relaxation at her roommate’s homestead in rural Alaska.
Unfortunately, Kennedy’s great arctic adventure might come to a crashing halt before it ever begins.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Alana is a pastor’s wife, homeschooling mom, self-diagnosed chicken lady, and Christian suspense author. Her novels have won awards from Women of Faith, Book Club Network, Grace Awards, Readers’ Favorite, and more. Alana’s passion for social justice, human rights, and religious freedom shines through her writing, and her books are known for raising tough questions without preaching. She and her family live in rural Alaska where the northern lights in the winter and midnight sun in the summer make hauling water, surviving the annual mosquito apocalypse, and cleaning goat stalls in negative forty degrees worth every second.
Learn more about Alana and her books on her website.