The Novelist by Angela Hunt
As an agnostic I expected to be turned off by this when I realized, early on, that it was going to take a strong Christian bent. I was pleasantly surprised at the authors’ (both Ms Hunt & her protag) ability to express their faith in their Faith without driving me off. Overall, it was okay, not great, but I give it kudos for not putting off this agnostic.
Hmmm. Is that a compliment? I’m not sure.
And then I found this one:
Honestly, every time I pick up an Angela Hunt book, I am both convicted and wondering whether or not I should be reading it. She is a Christian author, but sometimes I’m not sure about the content. She’s an author you really need to read to the end or else you’ll miss the point . . . I will warn you though—[Uncharted] is not for the faint of heart. It’s an honest look at the way people think . . . It is definitely not a book I would allow my daughter to read. But I am glad I read it. I’m glad—believe it or not—I felt the conviction of the Lord on this one.
Hmmm again. She feels guilty reading me?