About the Book
Title: Plunge into Darkness
Author: Kristen N. Spencer
Release Date: February 27, 2018
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About the Author
Kristin N. Spencer spends part of each day imagining up new worlds and beings when she isn’t busy taking care of her three children and writing partner husband T. E. Spencer. When she’s not writing you can find her working in full time ministry, sewing cosplay costumes, or watching geekesque movies. She writes whatever genre she wants including but not limited to Non-Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Sci-Fi, Space Fantasy, and traditional Fantasy. Kristin studied Comparative World Literature at California State University, Long Beach and received a Bachelors, which she fondly calls a degree in reading. Her favorite movie is Sabrina (the Julia Ormond version) and her favorite person is Jesus.
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My Review of Plunge Into Darkness:
Kristin N. Spencer is a Christian author who loves to share the stories she creates with others. She writes stories from many genres: Inspirational, Sci Fi, Fiction and Fantasy, just to name a few. She has enjoys sewing costumes for Cosplay in her free time and sharing her ministry as much as possible.
Plunge Into Darkness is one of Kristin N. Spencer’s many available novels. This story tells about the lives of two young girls who live in a Fantasy world that Kristin created. These girls are the same age but live very different lives. However, they are entwined through destiny to help one another.
Ever is a curious youth, who’s parents lovingly dote on her every whim. She lives on a farm in town. She wants for nothing, except a friend.
Dawn lives next door to Ever. She never speaks – there’s no need to. Dawn’s parents never hold her, or hug her. She seems a burden to them. Dawn loves to watch Ever across the fields and longs to know her and the love that her parents show to her.
Ever decides to friend Dawn, and this is the first friendship or interaction with a caring person that Dawn ever receives. They keep their friendship hidden so as not to upset Dawn’s parents. This works for a time but then something changes.
Ever’s life is turned upside down when she’s told that Dawn has been sent away, never to return. Her best friend is missing, believed to be dead but no one will question Dawn’s parents. Years pass before the truth is uncovered. A horrific truth that no child should ever need to endure.
Ever has to help Dawn find a way through the Darkness by plunging in to save her. Dawn, in turn, shows Ever that true friendship is one of the greatest gifts she can have. The two save each other in a ways you would never expect.
Plunge Into Darkness is a fiction story. The story line is easy to follow and read through. I would suggest this book for Teens with caution as a few of the things that happen to Dawn by her parents are a little detailed. The details are important to understanding what this young girl has faced in the 10 years she has been missing though.
I do consider this a Christian story, though the “God” of the story is created. The deep insight and stories from the “Book” were very encouraging and fit well with the story. The “Man of Sorrows” has the same feel as Jesus to me.