I am really glad that I read this book and am able to make it into a post for you today but even now after I finished the book three days ago and wanted to give it some time to set in my mind, I am struggling. I am struggling because this is one of the most emotional books I have read recently and I want to give you an accurate review of the book without letting my emotions get in the way. I just wanna say this book is a nine of my scale so you should definitely go pick yourself up a copy but if you are like me and get swayed easily by the characters emotions: Beware.One of the signs of a wonderful book is its ability to get you to feel what the characters are feeling and almost put yourself in the predicaments they are in. This book surly did that, and almost all the way through. One night as I was reading it I was about to go to bed but i could not put it down because I was so unsettled by the way things were turning. I just wanted all of the charterers to open there eyes and make the right decision , which seemed so obvious to me as the reader. Then they would do something that seemed very rash and I would want to cry because I knew what the consequences were going to be.At other times I would find myself clutching the book tighter and the tension built in a really intense scene, only to find myself on the brim of tears when things rook yet another nasty turn. My sister stood staring at me, asking me why I was so emotional and I couldn’t put any of it into coherent sentences… You just must read the book to understand the power of the words, to make you really feel drawn into the story line. This book will make you feel, think,cry, but don’t worry in the end you will also have smiled and laughed.
Thank you ( Let me know your thoughts on this book in the comments below and/or any books you think ought to read and review.)
-Wishing you the brightest of days, Eva
” Me and the pen, we are one. If its ink would cease to flow, my ink would cease to flow.”