This is a sweet Christian novel, full of realistic family drama. Faith Alone deals with controversial topics, but Meyer handles them well, and in a very faith-based manner. Meyer is a good writer. If you’re looking for a Christian book with good morals, this may be just what you need.
Ruth has done it again! Faith Alone is the compelling sequel to Grace Alone... It will draw you in from the first page, and yet, you won't want to see it end. This is a thought-provoking, must-read book for Christians of all ages.
—Kristen Whirrett, Lutheran blogger at Joyfully Thriving
Readers of all ages will be able to relate to both Grace's and Faith's joys and struggles. I cringed for them at times and cheered for them at others. The storyline is extremely well-told and above all, the message of forgiveness and life in Jesus alone is clear.
—Kaethe Ward, Enrollment Development Coordinator at Elm Grove Lutheran School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
This story will leave you with the uplifting message of hope and forgiveness. Thanks, Ruth, for your brave characters who face hard circumstances—full of faith and filled with God’s grace. I love that this book nails both modern parenting and also God’s eternal love. Read it!
–Christina Hergenrader, author of Last Summer at Eden
Faith Alone is one of the most heart-stopping, ground-breaking, truth-telling books I’ve read in a long time.
—Kellyn Roth, Reveries Co. founder and manager
Faith Alone was very sensitive and serious about each difficult topic that had to be handled. I commend the author for being so careful, and therefore so effective, at shaping the story into a beautiful message which everyone should see.
—Merie Shen, blogger at Imperial Scribis and aspiring author-artist
I love the Sola books! Ruth Meyer proved herself a gifted storyteller with "Grace Alone" and made me fall in love with her characters. I have read and re-read the first novel, and will now eagerly bounce back and forth between these two, anxiously awaiting the next in the series!
—“AuntKat,” Amazon customer
This second book in the series is just as compelling as the first. Ruth writes about topics that face families in the church today. She addresses the issues realistically, but caring and compassionately. Her writing stirs emotions the entire time. It is a book you won’t want to put down.
—“Sandles,” Amazon customer