For Time & Eternity by Allison Pittman

Before reading this book, I was not very familiar with the Mormon religion.  I knew they had their own book of faith, but I had no idea about some of the details of their religion that Pittman wrote about.  She did a great job comparing Christianity and Mormonism in a non-judgmental way.  I have already read this book twice because I wanted to revisit Camilla’s story.  I thought there were several great lessons in this book for readers.  First, listen to your parents’ wisdom.  They might be harsh, but they want the best for you.  Second, focus on the truth so you will not be deceived by a lie.  What is most interesting about this book is that Nathan is not a bad man, he is simply deceived by a lie and can not open his eyes to the truth.  The characters with their flaws are so well-written that even after the book is finished, you still carry them with you and think about them.  Don’t forget to read the next book in the series after you finish this one!

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