I’ve reviewed all of Ann’s books and each one amazes me. She isn’t afraid to tackle tough subjects, and she does it with such grace.
Avra’s God is about one college girl living her life for Jesus with an unashamed devotion to His will for her life. It is about the change ONE person can make in those around them if they live a life choosing to please the ONE who gave life. Her friends make some unfortunate choices, but she remains steadfast despite her own self-doubt.
I highly recommend you read Avra’s God. It would be a wonderful gift for a college student near you who is struggling with peer pressure or making their way in the world.
Warning: There are a few curse words (less than five) in this book. While I don’t care for their use in Christian fiction, it was easy enough to skip over them and continue with the story.
In the tradition of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, four friends navigate college and the drama churned up by their Florida beach band to cement friendship and more.
Avra wants love, but drummer Cisco—self-medicating from his parents’ divorce with sex and intoxicants—is a poor choice. Cisco hungers for fresh-baked cookies and the scent of family he finds at Avra’s.
Kallie shares her classically trained singing voice only with lead vocalist Jesse and fights to keep her heart safe. Jesse feeds on fame and hides more than insecurity beneath his guitar.
The friends surf ego, betrayal, and ambition and head for wipe-out. But somehow, when they’re not looking, Avra’s God changes them all.
Rating: 4.5 stars
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