Fun Review of Daisy Chain

Jan 7, 2009Archive

Rachel Rigdon posted this review of Daisy Chain today over at her blog. She’s given me permission to post it here:

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Daisy Chain

I love to read novels. However, although I am a Christian, I have never been much of a fan of Christian fiction. Why? You know why. Don’t make me say it.

But the ugly truth funny thing about me is, I make snap judgments. As in, I’ll eat one bite of something off-the-beaten-path that my husband orders at a restaurant, not love it, and vow to never eat it again. And I don’t. I guess I sank my teeth into some Christian fiction that was yuck to me once upon a time, and I gave up. Come to think of it, I’d never let my kids get away with that….

Recently, I stumbled upon an author whose personal history was so shattering and humbling, and her blog so full of sentence I wish I had written, that I knew she could never write a crappy book. Without further ado, I made a decision: I would buy and read some of her books.

Let’s just say that that is one snap judgment I’m glad I made. After stalking contacting her, she allowed me the privilege of reading and reviewing her soon-to-be-released new novel Daisy Chain. As I suspected, it is a Let-Your-Laundry-Mildew, Ignore-Your-Kids, Make-Your-Husband-Sigh-Loud-On-Purpose kind of book. That is, you won’t be able to put it down. Please go check out my blog, In Sum, for the scoop. Do it. Seriously, go do it right now.