Thursday, May 14, 2015

Inescapable book review

Inescapable (Road to Kingdom Book #1) by Nancy Mehl,

Title: Inescapable

Series: Road to the Kingdom

Number in series: 1

Author: Nancy Mehl

Genre: Christian Mystery Fiction

Plot:  Lizzie Engel left  her family after being treated harshly by her father throughout her life. 
 Lizzie has spent the years since she left raising her young daughter and working for a non-profit. After Lizzie starts to receive mysterious threats she moves back to her home town, Kingdom, Kansas, a small Mennonite community.
Lizzie isn't sure if she can forgive those who hurt her in Kingdom, especially her father. Can Lizzie forgive and keep her daughter safe at the same time?

My thoughts:

This book was simple, but in a good way. It's sometimes nice to read a book that isn't complex or time consuming. I have been busy lately, so most of the time while reading this I only had a few minutes to read.

So yes, this book wasn't super special or a must-read, but I did like.
That being said I don't see myself being in a hurry to read the next book in the series anytime soon.

My rating: 3


  1. *high five* Sometimes a "simple" (not to say that as a bad term) read is just what we need. I find that often too. Particularly after a "tough" read - or one that demanded a lot of attention because of it's complexity. I remember reading one book by Nancy (I believe it was her newest series) and liking it fine.

    1. Exactly! Sometimes I want to read something I don't have to think out.