The Garden Gate is the fourth book in the Threshold series.
The Pomeroys pull together in the aftermath of the storm that shook West Edinton---and Prissie's faith---to its very foundations. Letting go proves difficult, and holding on takes all of her courage. With the encouragement of a brother who's in on her secret, Prissie finds her feet. With the help of the bane who's now a brother, she takes a stand. As spring comes to the orchard, a cryptic remark from Abner hints at West Edinton's long-kept secret. A beloved aunt returns from overseas. A faded angel takes up residence atop the Pomeroys' refrigerator. A treasured friend must say goodbye. While ranks of the Faithful rally to defend what's most precious, Prissie discovers that angels aren't the only ones who are Sent.
Behind the scenes, I'm a cheerful homebody whose many talents include dish-washing, laundry-sorting, and the weaving polysyllabic words into everyday conversation. First to know, last to tell, happy to try, and always true. A plotter and a plodder, a dabbler and a devotee. Weaknesses include bright colors, crazy socks, and alliteration. More to the point, I spend my days planning studies, plotting stories, and putting my nose to the proverbial grindstone ... because as much as I loves writing, it's work. Finding the perfect word, turning a phrase so it sparkles, giving a plot just a bit of a twist - they're worth every iota of effort. I'm delighted to have discovered what I want to do when I grow up!
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Cassandra's Review- Many different factors will make or break this series. I would like to point out the this is the only book I have read and of course my luck it is the last one in the series which makes it almost pointless to go back and attempt the others. As a standalone it is not easy to follow and sadly some of the angels do not seem believable to me and I know that sounds like a conundrum of sorts. I do not know if my theory or feelings of what is or is not part of angel related activities would be put to good use in the review of this book, as use of modern technology and a little bit harsh language is not a big sell for me. As I close I want to remind you my reader family to always read a book I review for yourself as we will never have the same outcome.
The publisher has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book through Book Look Bloggers.