Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Turbulence ~ Kennedy Stern the Superhero of Faith

Turbulence (Kennedy Stern #5)
Published December 20th, 2016
Kindle Edition, 130 pages

Facing doubts and terror at forty thousand feet.

It's been another grueling semester at Harvard, and Kennedy can hardly wait to take a break from her premed studies for some much-needed rest and relaxation at her roommate's homestead in rural Alaska.

Unfortunately, Kennedy's great arctic adventure might come to a crashing halt before it ever begins.

Turbulence is another winner for the Kennedy series. Though one of the shortest books, you are engrossed in such a white-knuckle story, time stands still. In addition to having a fast-paced plot that is full of twists, the reader is kept guessing til the end. One of the things that I am most fond of not only in this book, but in the entire Kennedy series, are the subjects Alana focuses on, which are pertinent to what is taking place within today's society. Therefore, the topics stick with the reader after the book is finished causing you to put more thought into important situations possibly even changing your outlook regarding them.

Anywho, Turbulence is the perfect fun thriller for the Christmas season. Oh, one more thing, there is a man possibly good, maybe bad who is wearing an SVSU shirt. Which I think is hilarious since both Alana and I went to SVSU but did not know each other back then. Don’t worry I am not biased regarding her writing. Though this is a part of a series, Turbulence can be read as a stand alone, but beware you will want to read the rest of the series after.


When Alana isn't writing, it's likely that she's on the floor wrestling with her kids. Or playing outside with her kids. Or chauffeuring her kids. Or trying some random science experiment with her kids. But she's probably not cooking or cleaning.

Alana is a homeschooling mother of three who loves to write, hates to cook, and enjoys reading a good book almost as much as she enjoys writing one.

Alana won the Women of Faith writing contest for "The Beloved Daughter," her debut inspirational novel. "What, No Sushi?" is Alana's first book in a chapter-book series for kids published by Do Life Right, Inc.

Go and check out her website: http://www.alanaterry.com/

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