Book Review: Through the Shadows


Through the Shadows

The Golden Gate Chronicles – Book 3

by Karen Barnett

Abingdon Press

ChristianGeneral Fiction (Adult)

Pub Date 03 May 2016

I was given a copy of Through the Shadows through the publisher and their partnership with netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:

1908 Sacramento California, Elizabeth King has dreams of being a great pianist.   Charles Mckinley is a lawyer on his first assignment since graduating top of his class from Law School. 

After hearing missionaries talk of Children being rescue from Slavery in china town Elizabeth decides to move to the city and teach these rescue children much to her Mother’s dismay.  More than anything her Mother wants to see Elizabeth married.

Soon Elizabeth finds herself going on rescues to get children away from the slave holders and she faces all the dangers that brings.

Elizabeth ends up taking a little girl named Yoke So under her wings.  Encouraging the little girl to tap into her talentwith the piano. 

Charles would like to get Elizabeth’s attention he develops feelings for her but she wants to solely focus her energy on the mission and it’s children. 

Can Elizabeth have love as well as her Mission Work.

I give this novel five out of five stars

Happy Reading

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