Sharon Hinck is a new-to-me author and I have fallen in love with her work. She writes so descriptively that it is easy to visualize the scenes. Her characters are so real you will quickly empathize with them. Readers will cry with the narrator at the injustices and sorrows and exalt with her joy in the Maker.

In today’s world where everyone either wants to do their own thing and feels they have a right to do so or people blindly follow what they have been told without questioning, Hidden Current stands in contrast. Calera hears the call of the Maker, breaks free of all she has been told, and follows the Maker even when she knows it could bring unpleasant (to her) results. I highly recommend Hidden Current and look forward to reading more books in The Dancing Realms series.

Hidden Current is a beautiful story of submitting to the will of the Maker and putting your own wishes aside – a lesson we should all learn.

I will be adding Hidden Current to my k-12 Christian school library. I think it would hold appeal for the dancers at the middle school and high school level, as well as fantasy-lovers.

I want to thank Celebrate Lit for the complimentary copy of  Hidden Current. This is my honest review.


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