I have to admit that when I received Susie Davis’ book “Unafraid: Trusting God in an Unsafe World,” I did not really have high expectations. There is a growing trend among the evangelical book market to publish books made primarily by bloggers such as Mrs. Davis. Generally, the books tend to be poorly written and rarely substantive. Therefore, I had low expectations for “Unafraid.” I was wrong. Dead wrong. In “Unafraid” Susie writes about her own struggle with fear from the time that she witnessed the murder of her teacher in Middle School into her adult life. Along the way, she provides a wonderfully perceptive understanding of the nature of fear and how God can release us from it. Her prose is beautiful, her stories are engaging, and more importantly, her treatment of the nature and cure for fear is powerful and realistic. I highly recommend this book!