Angel of Hope


This book left a huge impression on me in my early high school days. I didn’t go in expecting much from Lurlene McDaniel and was tired of her trademark script where the girl/guy falls in love and one of them dies. But the Journey of Hope series felt very relatable at the time having just come back from a missions trip to Africa. It’s my guilty secret that I fell in love with the book because it’s equally mushy, if not more, than token chick flicks like “The Notebook.”


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