“The Color of Hope” by Kim Cash Tate, book review
This is the continuation of the story of the town of New Hope, the 2 churches, and the Sander’s Family. The cast of characters is the same as in the first book, “Hope Springs” and the same problems continue, segregation, prejudice, dysfunctional families, hurting teens, and religion. All these issues are explored in various events, some interesting events, and some rather tragic ones.
Families can and are complicated, and in the novel, we see all sorts of issues, but throughout the whole story, God’s love and forgiveness. The family dynamics are rather complicated, and even with the family tree at the beginning of the book, I had a hard time keeping all the characters in the correct family. But I did enjoy the book and hope that there is a conclusion to the story of New Hope.
Disclaimer: I received this book from Thomas Nelson Publishers. All opinions expressed are my own.