Thursday, November 3, 2011

Moon White

Moon White

by Melody Carlson

Heather Sinclair is only dabbling in Wicca when her Christian friend tells her she won't be friends with her anymore unless she stops. When her life seems to start spinning out of control, she delves even deeper into Wicca and looks to it to help her get her life back into control. Little does she know what it is really doing to her soul. And little does she know that the more she tries to gain control, the more control she loses.

This was a fascinating book. Before I picked it up, I had no idea how or why people got involved in Wicca. I liked how Carlson portrayed Heather's feelings, and her exploration of spiritual things. It made me realize that people who don't understand the truth about Christ really are lost, and are susceptible to all kinds of untruths in the world. 

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is exploring their faith and showing interest in spirituality or the occult. I would also recommend it as a good book for teenagers to read.

For more information on why teenagers get involved in the occult, read Melody Carlson's guest blog here

About the author:

Melody Carlson published her first book in 1995 and she has been writing prolifically ever since. To date, Melody has published over 200 books, making her one of the top 20 most prolific authors of all time. With total sales of over 1.4 million her award-winning books include: Homeward, Love Finds You in Sisters, Oregon; Limelight; the Diary of a Teenage Girl series; the True Colors series; and the Charter House Girls series.

In her professional life, Melody has worn many hats: from pre-school teacher to political activist to senior editor. Currently, she writes full-time, and freelances from her home. She has two grown sons and lives in Sisters, Oregon with her husband, Chris, and Bailey, her chocolate lab. They enjoy skiing, hiking, and biking in the beautiful Cascade Mountains

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