Hear No Evil

Book title: Hear No Evil (Rustic Knoll Bible Camp Book 1)

Author: Mary L. Hamilton

Starting age: 13

Summary:

Brady McCaul isn’t sure what’s going on with his mom. She is acting strange and Brady is afraid that something is wrong. At camp, she tells him that he won’t be coming home. Brady is stunned. Why? What did he do wrong? He tries to change her mind, but to no avail. Crushed, Brady wonders how he’ll make it through the week long camp. Rustic Knoll #1

As if his mom’s decision wasn’t bad enough, Brady has a bully in his cabin – and Brady is the target. Why can’t the kid just leave Brady alone?

During the middle of the night, Brady decides to take matters into his own hands. Maybe then his mom will want him back. But what happens when a terrible storm comes up? Will Brady’s plans be foiled? Can God use the storm to show Brady His never ending, unfailing love?

Pros:

The dangers of running away are shown, friendship is encouraged, and forgiveness is shown.

Cons:

A fellow camp mate is a bully, often spewing hateful words.

Enjoyable rating:

5 out of 5

Musings:

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My thoughts:

Hear No Evil is a wonderful story. My heart ached for Brady, and the way the author incorporates God into the story is absolutely amazing.

This book is a must read, and kids from the age 13 and up will thoroughly enjoy it. Rustic Knoll is the dream camp with sports, lessons, and fun. I was so happy with the ending; for a while there I wasn’t sure how it would end!

Crack open the cover and you will find yourself immersed in the fun and activities of Rustic Knoll Camp.

You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy books – and that’s kind of the same thing. – Unknown

 

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