Saturday, July 12, 2008

Book Review: The Journey by J. Adams

Alone in a new and confusing land, Ciran forgets the counsel of her father and instead trusts her new friends—beautiful, charming, flattering people whose purpose is to lead her along the wrong path, as darkness and evil are hidden within their hearts. Will she be lost forever because her youthful folly? The Journey follows Ciran’s growth as she explores choices and their consequences and learns painful lessons about good and evil. Above all, this is an allegorical tale about universal truths, inner strength, redemption and the dignity of the human soul.


1 comment:

Anna Maria Junus said...

That's a really interesting cover.