Fruit Of The Rhyme by
Marion Ueckermann is a collection of poems about fruit – some exotic, some
everyday. Using personification and imagery, the reader is in for a real treat.
conventional poems, others are in the Haiku style.
I particularly liked
the apple poem with its references to Adam and Eve and Snow White.
My Father’s Hand by Marion Ueckermann is a beautiful collection of poetry. Many are based on psalms or familiar Bible stories. Using simple imagery, varying sentence length and repetition, each unique poem lodges itself in the reader’s soul.
favourite was Little Girl as it spoke to my heart.
My Saviour’s Touch by
Marion Ueckermann is a beautiful collection of poetry that will speak to your
and repetition heighten the effect for the reader. The message of each poem
just sinks into your heart.
enhances the individual poem’s message and often links to the title.
Reclaiming Charity by Marion Ueckermann is a marvellous
contemporary Christian novel. It is part of The Potter’s House series but can
be read as a stand-alone.
Marion Ueckermann writes about relevant issues
with realistic characters. Some face their own demons. All are likable.
The past has a way of intruding on the present
if we let it. Within a relationship there should be nothing hidden. We need to
know what motivates and drives behaviour.
Within the novel there is a marriage in
trouble. Marion Ueckermann pulls no punches. She shows the ups and downs of a
relationship which has very high highs and very low lows. The fall out reaches
a teenage daughter who at times seems wiser than her parents. The reader feels
her pain as she would hate to have to choose between them.