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The Hardest Thing to Do (The Hawk and the Dove Series) by Penelope Wilcock

Updated on October 19, 2015

Disclaimer

I was sent a free copy of The Hardest Thing to Do (The Hawk and the Dove Series) by Penelope Wilcock in exchange only for my honest and unbiased review of The Hardest Thing to Do (The Hawk and the Dove Series) by Penelope Wilcock.

Penelope Wilcock

Penelope Wilcock currently lives in a small english town known as Hastings, on East Sussex's south coast. Penelope Wilcock writes a blog that she has titled Kindred of the Quiet Way. She greatly enjoys getting reviews on Amazon has they help provide useful feedback that she will use to shape her future books.

Penelope Wilcock is a writer whose goal in writing is to make goodness attractive to people. Penelope Wilcock loves simple kindness, gentleness, and human vulnerability. Penelope Wilcock likes to imagine her readers sitting down to enjoy one of her books ready to let their imagination work with the book to help shape the story and influence their own spirit. Penelope Wilcock goal is to have every reader put down her books feeling hopeful, peaceful, and comforted.

Penelope Wilcock has written:

  • The Hawk and the Dove (The Hawk and the Dove Series)
  • The Hawk and the Dove Trilogy
  • The Wounds of God (The Hawk and the Dove Series)
  • Spiritual Care of Dying and Bereaved People
  • In Celebration of Simplicity: The Joy of Living Lightly
  • Spiritual Care of Dying and Bereaved People
  • Remember Me (The Hawk and the Dove)
  • The Long Fall (The Hawk and the Dove Series)
  • Learning to Let Go: Making the Transition Into Residential Care
  • 100 Stand-Alone Bible Studies: To Grow Healthy Homegroups
  • The Hardest Thing to Do (The Hawk and the Dove)
  • The Clear Light of Day: A Novel
  • The Hour Before Dawn (The Hawk and the Dove)
  • The Road of Blessing: Finding God's Direction for Your Life
  • Thereby Hangs a Tale
  • The Breath of Peace (The Hawk & the Dove Series)
  • 52 Original Wisdom Stories: Short Lively Pieces for the Christian Year
  • Urban Angel: Exploring the Soul of the City

Review

First off as I wrote in the disclaimer at the top of this page "I was sent a free copy of The Hardest Thing to Do (The Hawk and the Dove Series) by Penelope Wilcock in exchange only for my honest and unbiased review of The Hardest Thing to Do (The Hawk and the Dove Series) by Penelope Wilcock."

This is the first book by Penelope Wilcock that I have ever read. I have not read any of the previous book in the series so this review ill reflect that fact. I personally always recommend starting with book one. The Hardest Thing to Do (The Hawk and the Dove Series) by Penelope Wilcock is in fact book four in the Hawk and the Dove series.

The book begins with a list of all the members of the community of Alcuin's Abbey. All of the characters are mentioned at some point in the series, but not all of them are mentioned in The Hardest Thing to Do (The Hawk and the Dove Series) by Penelope Wilcock. I thought it was different that instead of having chapters the book is broken up by days the book is broken into a total of forty six days.

I honestly found the book rather confusing because I lacked the information that a reader would have if he or she had read the previous books. I did not like how slowly the book started the first couple of days happened rather slowly I feel that the book would have benefited from a time skip in a few places.

After I finished the book I was left feeling feeling slightly confused, hopeful, peaceful, and comforted. I really wish that I could have read the previous books first so that I would have understood more of the book, but I did enjoy reading this book. I liked the confrontation and the ending. I enjoyed the author's writing style, my only wish is that the book would have moved along a bit faster.

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