Congo Dawn by Jeanette Windle
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This was an excellent book. It was a detailed look at life in the Congo. The story centers around former Marine Lieutenant Robin Duncan and her work as a translator in the private sector for a mercenary company. While she thinks their mission is a helpful one, as the story progresses she encounters many people who feel otherwise as they intrude on local villages who have already been terrorized by rebels in their past. While arriving at her site, she encounters a former friend and the story also revolves around their second meeting as well as clearing up misunderstandings from their past. The story had plenty of action and an excellent storyline as well. There is a bit of romance, but the focus is definitely on telling the story as opposed to throwing in romance for romance's sake. This is a book by a Christian author and is very well done, compared to others I have read! The faith aspect of the book is not overwhelming and is believable as the main character works through a new understanding of God and her faith in the midst of so much pain and suffering. I would recommend this book and look forward to reading more by this author.
I recieved a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
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