Robert Whitlow is known in the Christian fiction world for his legal thrillers. The Choice veers from that genre to look at choices- from the choice of a young, pregnant teenager to the choices that she later influences.
Sandy finds herself as a young, unmarried teenager who is pregnant. She's faced with the choice of aborting her baby, choosing to raise it, or place it for adoption. The odd prophecy from an old woman she encounters influences Sandy's choice; and sets in motion choices that will be made later in her life.
I enjoyed The Choice as a novel. There were a few times that the story was a little stilted and a little hard to get into. But, overall, it was an enjoyable read.
From the prolife perspective, The Choice makes a powerful statement. With a look at the difficulty of Sandy's choice as well as the opportunities Sandy faces later in life to impact other teens, there is quite a lot of food for thought in this prolife novel.
I give this one a 4 stars and a PG for content.
I received a free copy of this book for review purposes. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.