Bonnie Beldan-Thomson of Pickering, Ontario recommends So the Moon Would Not Be Swallowed by D.S. Martin
Name of publisher: Rubicon Press
About the book:
In this short book of poems based on letters from missionary grandparents, D.S. Martin distils situations of life and death uncertainty into poignantly beautiful cairns.
How did you find out about the book?
I read a review in Christianity Today.
What did you like about it?
The language, the stories and the faith they reveal.
Who do you think would most benefit from reading this book?
Anyone who enjoys reading stories of spiritual heroism, has interest in early twentieth century mission work in China and enjoys lovely word usage.
Where can others find it?
Amazon.ca or from his blog
Any other comments?
Check out his website
Thanks for the recommendation, Bonnie! I don’t often read poetry but you’ve intrigued me with Don’s book.
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