Friday, January 10, 2014

Bond of Love - Review

Bond of Love by Amy Suzanne
MY REVIEW: It took me 30 chapters into this book to finally get interested. I felt that it started out very slow and I got a little annoyed that the author compared everything to a food item. When you read it you will see what I am talking about. The Character Kara seemed to repeat herself a lot and was a bit annoying when it came to scenes with her boyfriend that I have said that I would also say that it's a GOOD BOOK! It's different but I liked that it keeps you guessing and wondering about the outcome. I like that it's written from 3 different point of views. It doesn't leave you guessing about what all the characters are thinking because they are telling you when it gets back around to their chapter. It was very detailed and I like that. All in all it was a good book, just started out very slow for me.

About the Author:  This is Amy’s second published work, the first being a memoir written exclusively for her children. As a former second grade teacher, and long time professional photographer, she has been writing and filling journals since she was young enough to hold a pencil and form words. Although writing brings her to a place of solace and joy, her most ambitious and fulfilling job in life thus far has been being a mother. Married for nearly two decades now, she and her husband share four daughters, who fill their lives with amusement, love, and drama daily. It is her lifelong goal to preserve her family’s history through the written word, pictures, and the human touch of love. 


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