Book Blast: When My Lion Calls +Review

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In a world decimated by death and disease, evil threatens to descend upon the small clan of survivors Elle calls family. Things are not what they seem and dark forces are at work. When a bear savagely attacks her friend, rumors suggest the incident might be more than coincidence. Nobody is safe. Armed with a sense of determination, Elle joins forces with a young lion keeper to save those she loves. Together, they embark on a quest to journey to the City of Light and seek the protection of King Elohim. Will this king have the answers they seek? Every choice has a consequence. Will Elle choose to embrace the truth or succumb to the pressures of her clan? The future depends upon her decision.







Author Bio: Dr. Fairfield is a licensed psychologist, author and speaker with her doctorate from Northern Arizona University. She has been a featured guest on Teen Talk and Parent Talk radio and writes a monthly column for teens. With over twenty years of experience working with youth and families and as a mother of three grown children, Dr. Fairfield understands the issues youth face in the world today.









When My Lion Calls (River of Truth Series Book 1) by Tara Fairfield

I read half of this book in one night as I couldn't put it down. I need to know what would happen to Elle and the others. This book is filled with metaphors. I sometimes find that metaphors are over used in Religious books but Tara Fairfield was able to write and place them in just the right places to get the message out without over powering the story or writing off the plot. I enjoy the pace of the story. While it flowed right and took turns in the right place I felt that the characters grow and developed at the speed that fit the book. I love the relationships between the characters. The friendships, love stories and the family played into the plot without taking away but adding to the main point of the story. Even though this is a Christian I didn't feel it was telling you about God and Faith, but showing it in a dystopian, fantasy world, which was fun to read! - KayCee K. of Double Decker Books


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  1. I will have to look this up, I love when a book sucks you in!
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

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