Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Book Review: "Cottonmouth and the End" by C.S. Fritz

WOW! That is how I sum up this book. I began with just the last book of the series, but in the same style as C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, it was easy to pick up the story even without the other two books.
C.S. Frtiz uses pictures to transport the reader from one scene to the next, the illustrations are enticing and attractive and the story is pulled together by the infusion of darker pages with white print and white page with black print.
One of my favorite parts of this story is when Frederick finally gets out of the dark because King Tug shone his light in it. It was reminiscent of the prodigal son coming home to his father and yet reflective of the change God makes in our lives when we realize He is Lord.
This book is written for the early chapter book reading student as well as engaging and entertaining for the more mature reader.The message within it is timely, subtle and powerful. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to share the message of Jesus with their children or grandchildren.

To order your copy of Cottonmouth and the End or any of the other books in the series, visit:

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