Sunday, May 1, 2016

Love, Suspence, Tradition

     The author, Cheryl Dickow, has faithfully answered the call to a much higher standard of character building reading for young women today! Miriam, Repentance and Redemption in Rome, by Cheryl Dickow, is the engaging, heartwarming and enlightening sequel to Elizabeth. The exciting international outcome of Miriam and Joseph's life threatening covert assignment is mingled with their unspoken yet powerful love for each other. This thrilling adventure is gently woven into a colorful tapestry of multiple cultural and religious traditions. In this world of automatic hatred based on religious and political differences, the author reminds us that no matter what our religious or cultural background, we are human with hearts that love and can be broken. I enjoyed this book so much!
     The author brings us into the lives of the young heroes and their families in a way that makes you feel like you were there. I enjoyed the ease with which the stories of heroism of our great Catholic Saints seemed to parallel the lives of the heroes in her story. The author presents us with the beauty of how traditions that honor God are an integral part of the lives of the characters in her story. It is refreshing to read books that depict strong Catholic faith in women as a positive, worthy and beautiful traits. Ms. Dickow is unafraid to share our beautiful Catholic traditions with the world. I highly recommend this book for all young ladies in their teens and beyond. The Content of Mrs. Dickow's work is edifying and intellectually gratifying. Visit Bezlalel Books to find additional Catholic literature which is both uplifting and well written. 

No comments:

Post a Comment