Each month, WaterBrook Multnomah gives readers a sneak peek into an upcoming title. See below for our most recent peek.
Drew is caught in a world of light – just inches away from the dark
What if…there was a world beyond our vision, a world just fingertips beyond our reach? What if…our world wasn’t beyond their influence?
Tragedy and heartache seem to be waiting for Drew Carter at every turn, but college offers Drew a chance to start over—until an accident during a physics experiment leaves him blind and his genius friend, Benjamin Berg, missing.
Dr. Neal’s incredible story has become a #1 New York Times bestseller. Read more of Mary remarkable book here in the special sneak peek of chapter 9, in which Mary talks about the kayaak adventure in Chile, which ultimately led to her death.
Where angels walk the ground and the future is told in song, does a man of low rank have a chance at love with a princess?
Trevin is on a quest for the king, but his heart is set on winning the princess. As he battles his greatest fears from within and without, will the truth he discovers about himself be enough to win both honor and love?
Whether you're looking for a way to escape the heat of summer or the frenzy of your summer activities, we've got a book for you! Ranging from suspenseful intrigue, to fun and frothy romance, to young adult titles full of fantastical adventure. Want to try something new? Each entry has comparative authors and titles to help you figure out which book is right for you. Still not sure? Read our sample chapters to help you decide. Happy reading!
What others are saying about Sigmund Brouwer:
“Speculative Christian fiction is rare, and Brouwer does it with
the skills of an episodic storyteller that make a reader wonder when the
movie is coming out.”
You might like Sigmund Brouwer if you liked: Adam by Ted Dekker and This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti.
What others are saying about Breath of Angel:
“This lusciously written fantasy has it all: epic battles, earthbound
angels, immortal humans, and a bright, engaging heroine. Henley’s
young priestess turned- warrior is forced to put her past together like
a jigsaw puzzle with pieces so sharp they cut. Her story is nearly impossible
to forget, so readers will be eager for more!”
You might like Karyn Henley if you liked: Waterfall by Lisa T. Bergren and The Light of Eidon by Karen Hancock.
What others are saying about The Dragons of Chiril: “Donita K. Paul never fails to satisfy the imagination and delight the soul. In this book, she takes us beyond the boundaries of her beloved DragonKeeper chronicles and opens up vast new realms of wonder. The adventure of Tipper, the sculptor’s daughter, will strike a responsive chord in the heart of every reader who has ever faced a seemingly impossible challenge.This is fantasy that truly illuminates reality!” —Jim Denney, author of the Timebenders series
You might like Donita K. Paul if you liked: Raising Dragons by Bryan Davis and By Darkness Hid by Jill Williamson.
What others are saying about Kathleen Y'Barbo: “Kathleen Y’Barbo has written a high-spirited novel about the kind of woman we’d all like to be: spunky, creative, witty—and a good shot.” —Diann Mills, author of A Woman Called Sage
You might like Kathleen Y'Barbo if you liked: Deep in the Heart of Trouble by Deeanne Gist, Whirlwind by Cathy Marie Hake, and Walker's Wedding Day by Lori Copeland.