Thursday, June 7, 2012

"Shoot The Wounded", by Lynn Dove

"Shoot The Wounded", is a book for every young person to read. Better yet, place it in the hands of every parent to make them more aware of the trials and struggles that teens face daily. As parents we often miss the mark because we are too busy not looking in the right direction.

This remarkable book brings us straight to the issue of many circumstances today. Gossip, bullying, teen pregnancy and more. This is real life for teens. It's just not made for the movies. I applaud Lynn for writing about such important truths for us to learn and remember.

The characters here before us in this story are very real. The writing is poignant and powerful. This is a gripping story of  Leigh, Ronnie and Jake. Three young people torn by circumstance. We see faith come alive and grow.

This book is such an encouragment and testimony of God's love and strength.

Following, "Shoot The Wounded", is the second in the series, "Heal The Wounded", and the third book of this series is, "Love The Wounded". A powerful series for any library.

This book was a gift from Lynn Dove for it's review.

Check out the book trailer!!



Lynn Dove has been writing award winning poems and short stories since she was in elementary school. She is a graduate of the University of Calgary, where she earned her Bachelor of Education degree in 1981. She has spent the last thirty years teaching children in the private and public school settings, as well as volunteering in the children, youth and adult education ministries at her church. In 2007, she earned a Master of Religious Education degree from the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary, in Cochrane, AB. Lynn is "living the dream" with her husband and children in Cochrane, Alberta.
Lynn is the recipient of the "John and Isabel Cunningham Christian Service Award" (2007 -CSBS)

Lynn's debut novel, Shoot the Wounded is a finalist in the 2010 Readers Favorite Book Awards

Lynn's blog: Journey Thoughts is nominated in three categories in the 2010 Canadian Weblog Awards.
 
Visit Lynn's site at www.shootthewounded.org
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