Well, I am not a professional book reviewer and this will not be a long review.
Every once in a while I get to wanting something to read in the fiction department. I normally go for factual reading on nutrition, homeschooling, spiritual matters...that sort of stuff. So, every once in a blue moon I need to just get lost in a story. I am a hard sell when it comes to what I call 'brain fluff". It can't be too fluffy, or too predictable. Bored is where I found myself when it came to reading some of the leading Christian fiction writers.
As I was catching up on facebook one day I read where Ken Ham was promoting the writer Julie Cave and her Dinah Harris Mysteries series.
I quickly jumped over to Amazon and grabbed up the first in the series. Two days after it arrived I read the last page and order the second.
What I enjoyed most was the accurate story line of conflict of a Christians battle with Creationism verses Humanism and evolution. The facts presented were intriguing and the story was well written. My teenage daughter also devoured the book in no time and enjoyed it as well.
I have also finished the second book.
It was just as well written and so far is my favorite one of the series. It deals with the subject of eugenics. So as you can see, to call these "brain fluff" my not be fitting.
I highly recommend these books! I think they would serve well for any high-school student also and would fit well in your curriculum for teaching your teens to understand these very current topics from a Christian viewpoint.