Tuesday, June 21, 2011

AN UNCOMMON FAMILY by Christa Polkinhorn

Today is the official launch of Christa Polkinhorn’s An Uncommon Family, the first book in the Family Portrait series. While it’s not the “normal” type of book featured here at Bookhound’s Den, I’m a fan of quality writing, and this is quality writing. Polkinhorn creates an intriguing story that will have you riding a roller coaster of emotion as you turn the pages.

This was the first of Polkinhorn's work that I have read, and to say that I was blown away would be an understatement. Polkinhorn weaves a moving, emotion-filled story that invites the reader to become invested in the characters, which are believable and remind you of people you may know. This is a story of love, loss, and the pain that is almost inevitable when one person puts their faith in another. However, this is also a story about rediscovering the ability to put one's faith in another, despite previous letdowns.

Polkinhorn’s writing is top-notch, and the story will leave the reader wanting more. If you enjoy stories that tug at your emotions and draw you in, An Uncommon Family is for you. You'll laugh, be angry, cry, and experience joy throughout the reading of this book. It's a beautiful, high-quality work from an amazingly talented author.

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3 comments:

author Christa Polkinhorn said...

Thank you, Neal, for your kind words and the sensitive review!
Christa

Lisette Brodey said...

Great post! I just finished this book last night and it was a pleasure from the first page until the last. The characters were real and I could easily visualize them. I'm so glad "Love of A Stonemason" is already written so I can follow Karla as she grows up.

Neal Hock said...

Thanks for stopping by, Lisette!

-Neal