Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Review: Maggie Bright by Tracy Groot

Maggie Bright

Maggie Bright by new to me author Tracy Groot is a story that I won’t soon forget.  This is a fictional account of the Miracle of Dunkirk before America joined the British during World War 2.  This powerful novel gives us a glimpse of some of the horrors that were being done to innocents who were thought less human due to their handicaps.  This story tells us of how one day the King of Britain called for his country to a day of prayer as their soldiers were getting slaughtered across the shore.  This is the tale of the Miracle of Dunkirk when ordinary civilians risked life, limb, and property to bring those soldiers home on any sea worthy vehicle they could find. 

There was such a powerful message through this book as Paradise Lost was oftentimes quoted (now I would like to pick that up to read), as we witness the power of prayers, and wonder what is really going on in the heavenly realms that is creating such havoc on earth.  I look forward to more stories by Tracy Groot.

I was provided with a copy of this book for an honest review through The Book Club Network, Inc. and the opinions are my own.

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