Tuesday, November 10, 2009

The Carousel Painter

I recently finished reading a book by Christian author Judith Miller, and I actually felt a little sad that the story had ended! To me, that's the sign of a good book - - when I would like to continue reading about these characters and see what happens in their futures. The Carousel Painter by Judith Miller is wonderful, and I highly recommend it. Taking place in Ohio in the late 1800s, Judith's characters really "came alive" for me as I read. This author does an amazing job with her characters' distinct personalities, and she also adds some bits of humor throughout the story too. I was never "bored" reading this book - - in fact, when I'd have to stop reading to tend to something else, I couldn't wait to return to this story. If you're a fan of historical fiction, read The Carousel Painter. You won't be disappointed!!


Kim Vogel Sawyer said...

I agree! Judy's found a new niche with first-person storytelling. I loved this book!

Deborah M said...

Hi there. I saw where you got to go to the conference. Maybe I can go next year, I gave you an award on my blog. You can find it at:
Your Georgia friend,
Deborah M.

CatMom said...

Thanks for stopping by, ladies! And Deborah, thank you for the blog award!! :)
Hugs, Patti Jo