By John Mort
At last—the first complete readers' advisory consultant for this hugely well known style! With an emphasis on modern guides, this ebook covers approximately 2,000 Christian fiction titles, that includes targeted annotations and bibliographies. Award-winning writer and Booklist columnist John Mort has long gone out of his technique to present—for the 1st time—a large spectrum of Christian fiction literature, surroundings a brand new ordinary for Christian fiction readers' advisory. With this booklet you are going to now not face problems finding new reads and read-alikes during this style! every one bankruptcy encompasses a subgenre or subject matter, together with biblical fiction, old fiction, sagas, romance, myth and technology fiction, westerns, mysteries and thrillers, and extra. There also are chapters on Catholic and Mormon fiction, in addition to Amish, Mennonite, and Quaker fiction, and YA literature. different good points contain a dialogue of Christian literature, functional tips and assets for readers' advisors, and a bit on awards. younger grownup and grownup or grades 10 and up.
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Christian Fiction: A Guide to the Genre by John Mort