She did exactly what I didn't want her to do. She wrote a third book in the Seeds of Faith series! Nooooooooooooooo!
The five, or however many there are now, are still doing their things. But this time, Arthur is back-and working for our new villain, a man posing as a pastor! No one knows but the reader!
The plot of this book is virtually the same as that of The Quest. There are many similarities. The two plots meld together in my head, and it's hard to pick them apart.
Not that I really want to remember.
The characters are just the same, if not getting increasingly worse. I know Nancy's choice in villains is getting worse.
The best character I can think of the compare our new villain to is the pastor from Deliver Us From Evelyn who's always changing his name.
Nancy preforms one desperate attempt to get this book back on the map, which is having a key character die in a bomb explosion the villain sets off. It's pretty obvious that she couldn't think of anything else to do.
I don't really know what else to say about this book except that the best thing Nancy Moser can do in her career is to stop this series and move on the something more interesting and original.