In honor of Easter, I present to you the book THE GARDEN GATE by Christa Kinde. I received a copy of it from Thomas Nelson via BookSneeze. It is the fourth book in the Threshold series.
The synopsis did intrigue me, but the reason I chose this book was because the family’s last name is Pomeroy. I personally know a Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy, so I was hooked. I wanted to know what happened to this fictional Pomeroy family.
When I read THE GARDEN GATE, I had not read the other novels in the young adult series. After finishing this one, I will need to get them. At first, the story was hard to get into, but I know that’s because I missed the beginning installments. The characters are easy to relate to and the scenes are well described. When I found out this is the final book, it brought me sadness, but then I realized I can go back for the other three.
Prissie Pomeroy can see angels. I love books about angels and swarm to them like bees to flowers. I think it’s because growing up, I read tons of stories on dragons and whatnot, but only a few on angels. Other than the angels, you get to meet destruction caused by a storm and Prissie’s inner struggles.
Overall, this is a fulfilling book, but I do recommend reading the others first so you won’t be confused.