My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This review is 3.5 stars because I felt that the book had a lot of potential and wasn't fully developed to its best. Grammatical errors were numerous. Dialogue starts but you don't know whether it has ended because there is no punctuation whatsoever.
Hyphens were inconsistent which shouldn't mean too much but when there is a lot of it, it becomes irritating. Other minor errors led many of us at the book club to think that the book was either not edited by a qualified editor or that it was self-edited.
What did work for the book was Marie's journey itself. She admits her mistakes, takes responsibility for them and the journey to find her father becomes her passion as well as a lesson to her as her heart and mind grow stronger.
If you are a patient reader who is searching for a story of courage, strength and spirituality, I recommend this book to you. It isn't a long read but if you reading it as part of a book club or prayer group, you will find that many readers will be able to relate Marie's journey.
Disclosure - As a Quality Reads Book Club member, I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
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