With a crisp, witty style, Meg Moseley pens a poignant story that will take your breath away and surprise you with its depth of heart. A stunning novel.
When a college professor becomes unwitting guardian to a brood of precocious and sheltered home-schoolers, the resulting culture clash is just the tip of the iceberg. Meg Moseley writes with a deft hand, bringing a deep sense of humanity to her struggling, sometimes haunted characters. “When Sparrows Fall” packs plenty of surprises, not the least of which is the way grace can break out in the most unexpected places and the hardest of hearts.
Meg Moseley has penned a fantastic debut with “When Sparrows Fall”. It’s a story of darkness and light which she masterfully weaves so tightly, the reader can fully understand just how those seeking God can fall victims to the cult-like practices of false prophets. Still, in this thought- provoking, cautionary tale of extremism, Moseley drops in delightful moments of pure joy. Hers is a fresh new voice that readers—like me—should welcome with open arms.
Meg Moseley is the diamond in the haystack you’ve been looking for. She’s a rising star who will have a permanent place on my keeper shelf. In her remarkable debut novel, “When Sparrows Fall”, Moseley spins a tale of depth, poignancy, and humor. I savored every page and after I turned the last, I simply sat for a while, basking in the aftermath of a story well told.
With her debut “When Sparrows Fall”, Meg Moseley writes with passion and daring about a young woman’s fight for truth and spiritual freedom providing a brave, new voice in Christian fiction.
Rich, deep, and painfully honest. “When Sparrows Fall” is a lovely work of fiction that portrays a side to American freedoms that is too real to ignore.