Letters to My Kids

The One with the Sweet Dreams

I finishing reading Mine Is the Night by Liz Curtis Higgs during our family camping trip in Kentucky. I’m not one to say, “I just can’t put this book down!” but I could whole-heartedly say that about this novel. I turned page after page on the 8 hour trip south and only dozed off twice–a record for me! The story was so gripping, though even my cat naps were filled with dreams of the characters’ stories. I was thoroughly engrossed in their drama. 
Despite the fact that this novel was the second in the series (following Here Burns a Candle), I didn’t have any problem following the story. Higgs writes beautifully and thoroughly, leaving no reader behind. 
This is a story of redemption, of faith, of salvation, of family. Elizabeth Kerr and her mother-in-law, Marjory, are forced to leave their affluent lifestyle after being widowed by their politically rebellious husbands. Trials await them around every corner, but in the end Christ redeems them and brings overwhelming blessing into their lives.  
I would encourage you to pick up a copy of this historical fiction entitled Mine Is the Night very soon! You’ll love it, I promise! 
Mine Is the Night: A Novel
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3 thoughts on “The One with the Sweet Dreams

  1. Sounds good. I have not been able to get "into" the last few books I have checked out…so I will give this one a try. I love it when a book is hard to "put down"!Linda @ Truthful Tidbits

  2. I am definitely going to have to pick this one up. I read the Thorn in My Heart series by Liz Curtis Higgs and LOVED them! I highly recommend those as well!

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