Thursday, October 31, 2013

What Once was Lost - Review

What Once was Lost by Kim Vogel Sawyer is a story about a love for others and how giving of yourself can show God’s love in all possible situations.

Christina Willems is the caretaker of the Brambleville Asylum for the Poor for several orphans.  When the unthinkable occurs and she is forced to separate her “family” she finds it hard to place a young blind boy named, Tommy.  The last person she wanted to as was Levi Johnson, who is living as a hermit and doesn’t seem to have the compassion for Tommy.  For these three characters, all broken in their own way together they are able to accomplish much.  And there is even a hint of romanceJ

I am impressed with each book I read by Kim Vogel Sawyer.  She always has characters that are so enjoyable to getting to know. It swept me from the beginning until the very last page.  Don’t miss out on this wonderful story. 

This book was sent to me from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group I exchange for a fair and honest review.


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