The third book in the Threshold series continues the story of 14-year-old Prissie Pomeroy and the angels and demons around West Edinton. The Fallen are becoming more aggressive in their assaults, and Prissie is seeing more and more of the spiritual battles that have always been taking place around her town.
Is there something special about West Edinton? Why are so many Grafted angels concentrated there? And why won't the annoying Ransom Pavlos leave Prissie alone?
As with the other books in the series, 'The Broken Window' will be most thoroughly enjoyed by Christian tween- and teenaged readers. But an imaginative setting, engaging characterisation, and excellent writing make it worth reading for anyone who appreciates fantasy.
I give this five stars (and would give it more) because of the gripping page-turning story Christa Kinde weaves in The Broken Window. Prissiness Pomeroy has grown accustomed to seeing angels, although they do many things that still surprise her. Until now, she has only seen the good side. In the Broken Window, Prissie realizes that all is not what it seems. To me, these books force you to acknowledge with Prissie that the world is bigger than you. Though we can not see the big picture, it is there. Watching Prissie mature has been a marvelous adventure that I have enjoyed taking with her. I truly can not wait to see what comes next in The Garden Gate!!!
The Broken Window is the third book in the Threshold series, and when Prissie Pomeroy's hometown is under attack by fallen angels there is only so much anyone can do. The attacks are many, and when Prissie is surrounded by it all she is overwhelmed by what she sees. The evil is closer than she wants it to be, but there are many who are ready at a moments notice to protect her.
Will Prissie be able to give her fears over to God?
...A storm is brewing, but no one can stop what is about to happen. Will those who Prissie love most be hurt by the ones who wish her harm?
The excitement hasn't stopped! I really enjoyed The Broken Window, it was fun to read, and I was happy to know what happened next. The Broken Window didn't let me down. I just love all of the characters, Prissie and the angels: Baird, Kester, Koji, Milo, Tamaes, and the many others. They all have their great personalities, making them a wonderful team. I think that this may be my favorite book in the series, but number four is pretty close. :)
So, are you wanting to read a great and exciting book? Go on over and find yourself a copy of The Broken Window. You won't be disappointed!