In David Bunn’s new book, The Turning, (March 25, 2014) Bunn grapples with an issue pertinent for our day – hope. His flawed yet heroic protagonists and his almost empathetic, yet soul-darkened antagonists had me identifying with both, and turning pages long after the time I had allotted myself to read. The Turning made me look at the current lack of hope in today’s world differently, and made me more sensitive to God’s calling in my own life. It helped me search for ways to deepen my own hope in the Lord, and watch for what He wants to do through me. Normally I don’t like reading present-day novels, I prefer historical fiction, but Bunn pleasantly surprised me with The Turning.
I received a complimentary copy of The Turning from River North Fiction in exchange for my honest review.