Thursday, July 16, 2015

"A Path Toward Home" by Heather R. Lorenz {Teen Week!}

{Welcome to Teen Week! Every quarter we're going to try and do a Teen Week! A week where every weekday has a new review of a Christian book written just for teens! This week will be a little different with a new review and an updated review on Friday! You’re reading the fourth one of this quarter's! :) } {Day 1 Here!} {Day 2 Here!} {Day 3 Here!} {Day 3.5 Here!}

About this book:

  “When your heart is divided, which path points toward home?
  When seventeen-year-old Constance hits her head one afternoon in Canada, she wakes up in a country far, far away … on another planet. Worried that her family back on Earth will be frantic with worry, Constance just wants to go home.
  In this magical other world, a handsome, aggravating, sword-wielding young prince and his trusted advisor agree to help her get back to Earth, but the journey becomes perilous. To reach the magic rock that can send her homeward, the three travelers must battle life-threatening human and natural enemies.
  This modern classic will appeal to fans of adventure, romance, time travel, science fiction, fantasy, and Christian fiction. Suitable for tween readers and above, A Path Toward Home is the first title in The Annals of Avonea series.”

Series: Book #1 in the “The Annals of Avonea” series.

Spiritual Content- Prayers; A couple talks about God; ‘H’s are capital when referring to God; Mentions of Church going.

Negative Content- Minor cussing including: a ‘oh my word’; Blood & Wounds (barely-above-not-detailed); Mentions of people being killed (barely-above-not-detailed).

Sexual Content- a boarder-line barely-above-not-detailed // semi-detailed; A cheek kiss; A little bit of Love, falling in love & the emotions.

-Constance Jones, age 17
                                      P.O.V. of Constance (mostly), but there is some “head swapping”
                                                Set in 1962
                                                        214 pages

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New Teens-
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Early High School Teens-
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Older High School Teens-
My personal Rating-
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This was overall a really cute book! The plot was fun but there was a bit of technical things, that if fixed, would make it better. But, I would still love to have a paperback copy for my shelves. I really hope that the author has Book #2 in this series out soon; I’m really looking toward to seeing what happens next! :)

See y’all Tomorrow with a new Teen Week review and an updated review!

*BFCG may (Read the review to see) recommend this book by this author. It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author.

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