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  1. Yay! Isn’t it wonderful! I’m dying to read it to my girls, too, but just not sure we are there yet. Maybe next summer …

    We are (maybe) going to get to hear Andrew Peterson sing at an Advent concert in a few weeks – so hopeful that will work out.

    Also, I recently learned (was reminded) that Andrew Peterson has a brother that is an author and has a great book out. I haven’t read it yet, but from what I understand if you like this series, then you will like it and it’s set for a little bit older reader. I actually found in on sale for the Kindle for only 99cents so I snatched it up and am dying to find time to read it. : ) (Ooooh – it’s still 99cents -http://www.amazon.com/The-Fiddlers-Gun-ebook/dp/B00342VEEW/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1321015577&sr=8-2)

    • Amy

      Annette, Andrew Peterson is a Christian. There are many themes in the story that are compatible with Christianity, but there is nothing preachy at all about the story. We Christians can read plenty into it, though. 😉

  2. Thanks for the review. It sounds really good. I’ll admit that the label of Christian fiction sort of scares me off… but the tradition of Christian fantasy is so strong, and certainly some of those great writers are part of the reason that I’m still a Christian today, so perhaps I shouldn’t be wary of it.

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