Speak No Evil by Mary Hamilton – Review

Taylor Dixon knew having his younger sister at camp would be a pain, but he never expected the pain to go so deep.

At 15, Taylor dreams of getting his driver’s license and driving race cars when he’s older. His sister, Marissa, is the only one who believes in his dream, but her adventurous spirit keeps landing him in trouble. Consequently, Dad won’t let him get his license and predicts Taylor is heading for the same jail cell as his once-favored older brother.

Taylor returns to Rustic Knoll Bible Camp expecting softball, swimming and sermons. Then he finds a classic Mustang in the camp’s garage and jumps at the owner’s invitation to help restore it. But when Marissa falls for his snobbish cabin mate, the war of words and pranks escalates until it threatens both the car and his dreams for the future.

Will Taylor fulfill Dad’s prediction and end up in jail? Or will he finally learn the Truth found in the old car’s engine?

My Review: Another awesome middle-grade/YA novel by Mary Hamilton. The second book in the Rustic Knoll Bible Camp series, Speak No Evil shares the gospel message in a way kids can understand without being preachy.  While I would highly suggest reading Hear No Evil, it is not necessary in order to enjoy this book.

I loved the illustrations Zeke drew, and the word picture at the end. Even if Jesus has been in your life for a while, it’s a good reminder of what he did for us. I’m glad to see that Taylor grew up. His love for his sister warms this momma’s heart. 🙂

I received this book from the author/publisher for the purpose of review. The above is my honest opinion.

My Rating: 5 roses


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