Monday, March 01, 2010
NEW REVIEW: Keleigh Crigler Hadley - Preacher's Kids
Keleigh Crigler Hadley -
Preacher's Kids -
Available Now! -
5 out of 5 books -
Mia Griffin is your typical teenager. She likes to sleep, eat, text, and did I mention sleep. She is the complete opposite of her twin sister Morgan, who is poised, conservation, and very much like their mother. So it becomes odd when Morgan (a.k.a. the "good twin") starts to receive hurtful letters in school. Confused about this, Morgan talks to her sister and neither can understand why someone is targeting Morgan. Even with that weighing on their spirits, they are also the children of a prominent minister. With that being said, they were also known as the preacher's kids. They were looked at differently. If you know any "PKs," then you know that they are constantly under a microscope. When Mia doesn't know what to do about what's going on with her sister, she turns to the only being that could give her any guidance...God. Hopefully, Mia will find the answers she seeks before it's too late.
Preacher's Kids by Keleigh Crigler Hadley touches on real issues that teenagers are faced with. Things like drugs, peer pressure, and rebellion take center stage in this novel. I commend Ms. Hadley on this story because it's a book that I believe will catch the attention of teenagers. Not only that, but it's a simple and fast read for them as well. Preacher's Kids is only the first book of this series, but I am sure that the next book(s) will be just as informative as this one.
Reviewed by Jackie for Urban Reviews
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