Rescue Mom. Handle The Prophesied Power. And Don’t Fall in Love. Sure. No Problem at All.
Pero Moshe’s mom vanished from their Oregon home, and the prophecy says it will happen to Pero, too. But when it does—and Pero is transported to an older universe, life gets more than a little nuts.
Throw in a bodyguard who is almost criminally cute, a corrupt and brilliant doctor who wants to steal Pero’s power and rule all of Moon City, and her mom showing up as a pawn in the whole thing. And all Pero wants is to grab her mom and go home.
But, uh, yeah, that’s not happening.
In the end, Pero is forced to choose between forgiveness or escaping with those she loves before a shout crumbles Moon City’s walls to pieces. And both choices come at a cost she’s not sure she’s willing to pay.
My thoughts: I enjoyed this fast paced, fantasy story tremendously! The author does a wonderful job of bringing to life a world that has some similarities to the Old Testament story of Jericho, though it is also very different. I love how the author made it unique and her own, while still having a very gospel centered message. This story doesn't shy away from difficult subjects, like grief and wrestling with where God/Elohim leads. I highly recommend this delightful story for all ages!
I received this book from Just Read. This is my honest review.