Friday, October 3, 2014

Riley Mae and the Sole Fire Safari by Jill Osborne Book Review

Riley Mae is back!

Or, at least, that's how she wishes it would have been. But she isn't back anywhere. She was shuffled onto a plane, smashed in between friends, and dropped off in - smile! - Kenya!

But Riley isn't smiling, and sometimes, neither are her friends and family on the trip. Because even in the triumphs and sorrows, running races and Kenyan schools, lions, elephants and rhinos, 5 A.M. prayer services, teaching kids about Jesus, teaching kids about softball, and, of course, handing out free Riley Mae shoes and photo shooting:  The enemy they have tried so hard to avoid may be right here in Africa with them. 

Join Riley Mae in her third adventure in Kenya, Africa. As she readies herself for the photo shoots and tries to fit in, she realizes the importance of Jesus in your life. As she begins praying and spending time with Him, she slowly starts to realize what His purpose for her might be. But just as things are going well between her, her new schoolmates, her old friends, and God, something terrible happens  that makes her wonder if He even cares. Can she find her way back to God while solving the mystery and putting together the pieces?

I have always liked the Riley Mae series, so I was super excited about the new Sole Fire Safari book. It was as good as always, with just the right amount of suspense, quirkiness, and of course Godliness and faith to keep me on my toes. It was excellent and very  hard to put down. As always, it beat the last one and I can't wait to see if there will be any more to the series!  

Find Out More:  You can find out more online at Zondervan.  Riley Mae and the Sole Fire Safari is just $7.99 and great for ages 8-12.




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