Hope is a Dangerous Place by Jim Baton–Book Review

Back Cover Copy

Award-winning author Jim Baton believes revival is coming to America. This is what it might look like–

Seventy-five years ago, fifteen-year-old Hope McCormick disappeared. To remember her,

the newly incorporated town was named “Hope.” When high school friends Kelsey and Harmonie begin looking into this unsolved mystery, they discover that someone will do anything to make sure the town’s secrets never come to light. Which neighbors are allies, and which face masks a violent enemy? And what will it take for their struggling town to fulfill its original destiny of hope?

My Review

A great suspenseful read! I was so into this book. I wanted to know what happened to Hope McCormick. I wanted to know why everybody was so obsessed with leaving the past in the past. I wanted to know everything! I instantly fell in love with the characters Kelsey and Harmonie. Every time I thought I had the answer, I’d find out a new twist which would lead me in a different direction. I loved every minute of it! One thing that I could have done without was the language. There was cursing sprinkled throughout the book. I really don’t like it when a “Christian” book has cursing throughout the entire book. Other than the mild cursing sprinkled in, the book was absolutely amazing, and I really want to read the next book so I can find out what happens next!

**I received a copy of this book from the author for review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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