Book Review: Bridge to Haven

Book Review: Bridge to Haven

Genre: Contemporary Fiction

Author: Francine Rivers

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Abandonment, rejection and identity crisis – what more could you want in a novel?

Yet again, Francine Rivers delivers a compelling novel following the journey of a lost soul into the bright lights of Hollywood – circa 1936. This novel touches on issues very close to the heart, including acceptance, love and redemption.

Bridge to Haven opens your eyes to the trap many young women face in trying to be someone or something they are not; simply to be loved and accepted.

Francine paints a very real picture of decisions and the consequences that follow, however always remembering there is grace and forgiveness if we truly want it.

Rating: 8/10

 

2 thoughts on “Book Review: Bridge to Haven

    • mariahcooke says:

      Thanks Susan, yes I enjoyed this one quite a lot and I have read most of Francine Rivers’ books – I found it hard to put down. I hope you enjoy 🙂

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