I have read this book. I am a youth leader in my church, and have written an essay contrasting the religious versus secular approaches that should be discussed with children who would read the Harry Potter series. Ms. Neal is plainly responding to the closed-minded critics that refuse to read Harry Potter books. She does an excellent job of using the Harry Potter series (through the fourth book) to relate everyday problems that children the ages surrounding that of Harry, Ron, and Hermione go through. This book is not a perfectly Christian book, but I shall not be a stone thrower. I agree that Christianbook.com is a great resource for finding information on books; I do however believe that a review of a book by someone who has not read it rings rather hollow. I would recommend this book for parents, Sunday school teachers, pastors, and youth who want to ground their spiritual walk with their love for fantastical fiction.