Hello again, savvy savers! Today finds us with the first of two book reviews, continuing with this months book reviews for June. The first book I will be reviewing is A Memory Worth Dying For, by Joanie Bruce. This book centers around, Marti Rushing, a person who has lost so much. From a car accident claiming the lives of her unborn baby, sister in law and brother in law, to having no memory of the accident she, and ultimately struggling with the realization that she is unable to defend her actions, Marti becomes a woman shattered. Compiling these horrors, is her marriage which also crumbles under the weight of this accident. In an attempt to move past these circumstances, Marti relocates, settles into a new town, only to be stalked by the realization that both memories and persons from her past, despite her change in scenery are not quick to let her go. Marti must make changes, in all aspects of her life, for the better, before it is too late! This novel is fast paced and full of drama, a careful departure from traditional Christian genre literature. It is well written, with great characters and a better story line. This is a story of realization, faith, and creating the compelling lives we hope to achieve. One caveat in reading this book, is that this is not the continuation of a series from the author, and while this book shares character from previous novels from the same author, and so one should read the books in order of writing, to avoid the ruining of plot lines and character series!
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