Sunday, November 16, 2008

Media Angels: The Missing Link: Found

We recently had the opportunity to read "The Missing Link: FOUND" by Christina and Felice Gerwitz. This book is just one of the Truth Seekers series which consist of 3 books all written by a homeschooled teenager! That is one big thing that really stood out to me! Wow, what an inspiration that my homeschooled children could write their own book one day!
This book was written for young people about pre-teen age, so it wasn't on my children's level. So Mom had to read it. I will say it was a bit difficult to keep my mind on it. Probably due to my age and to my taste in books to read. I feel that young people who like mystery novels and fast paced books would have no problem with enjoying the book. Here is a little bit of informaition about the book from the back cover.

Once again, the Murphy teens are propelled into another exciting adventure! While on vacation in the Keys, a devious plot unfolds, and the Murphys find themselves in the middle of a full-speed boat case and encounter with the FBI. Their vacation plans are then cut short by the arrival of a cryptic message form Dr. Murphy's brother, requesting his immediate presence at an anthropological dig along the Peace River. What Dr. Murphy, Christian, and Anna find there is anything but peaceful!

Encountering a deadly illness, the Murphys must also wrestle with a startling discovery and its potential results. The Missing Link has been discovered, finally providing evidence for the theory of evolution. But, what about the Bible? Didn't God create the world as recorded in Genesis? In addition, is there a connection between their adventure on the high seas and their discoveries a the dig site? Join the Murphys as they are faced with danger and a race against time in search for the truth.

So go right over to Media Angels and get your copy today. For just $8.99 you can get this book. For $22.00 you can get the 3 book set! They have lots of other books available at the Media Angels Store also. So go by and see what you think.

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