A Tapestry of Light Review
Updated: Nov 24, 2021
A Tapestry of Light by Kimberly Duffy is an exquisite tale of a young woman who, in the midst of heart-shattering loss and rejection, finds that the only constant in life is God.
Although it deals with some deep and serious themes, it never once falls into being dreary, depressing, or drawn out. Instead, its delicate, lyrical tone lends a sense of hope amid the darkness.
Ottilie was such a unique character—trapped between two warring cultures, fighting to be strong for her brother, holding on to her dwindling faith, and learning to trust God even in the darkest of moments. I felt her pain and heartache as if she were real. Her faith journey was one of the best I've read—it was natural and slow, and made all the more beautiful by the questions and obstacles. It was truly inspiring.
The romance was subtle, but absolutely lovely and fit the story perfectly.
I’d recommend it to fans of J’nell Ceisielski, Kristi Ann Hunter, Laura Frantz, and Elizabeth Camden.
Note: I received a copy of this book through Celebrate Lit Tours and was asked to give an honest review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.