First Family by Alice Langholt


Genre: Biblical Retelling
Number of Pages: 146
Publication Date: August 5, 2015

Rating: 5-star-review out of 5 stars
Story Perspective: Alternating First-Person
Themes: Creation, Family, Love, Grief, Loss, Parenting

downloadHere is a modern take of when God created Adam and Eve toward the beginning of the Bible. Told in multiple perspectives, the readers get an in-depth look on the emotional journey of the first family. Full of loss, angst, grief, love, and so much more, follow God’s first people as they grow as individuals and together.


At this point in my life, I am trying to reconnect and learn on a deeper level of the religion I grew up with, Catholicism. When this book came up as part of the Book of the Day program at OnlineBookClub, I was immediately intrigued. The cover isn’t very appealing, but the concept surely was.

One of the things that I found lovely…

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