Julie Cave has a great future in Christian fiction. I was really impressed with her book The Shadowed Mind. I read it in less than two days. I simply couldn’t put it down.
While fiction, Cave deals with some heavy stuff in The Shadowed Mind. The main topic underlying the storyline is eugenics, including the controversial debate over euthanasia, and the discussion of whether nurture or nature is supreme in dictating a person’s destiny.
Cave lands solidly on the sanctity of life, and does so with logically sound reasoning. And with the scriptural principles found throughout the book, as well as Scripture itself, The Shadowed Mind is a great read, and is free from a lot of the crud that mainstream fiction seems to include by default.
I loved reading The Shadowed Mind, and plan on purchasing the other books in this series by Julie Cave, one of which won’t be released until June. Until then, I’ll have to pick up her first book and be content. Sigh.
Well done, Julie!
I highly recommend that you read The Shadowed Mind, by Julie Cave. You can purchase it at Amazon.com.
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