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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Room for Hope book review

I'm at the stage of life where I don't feel like I have the time to sit down and read...during the day, my toddler insists that I would much rather read board books, and by the time she's in bed, I'm too exhausted to want to read. However, once I started reading Room for Hope by Kim Vogel Sawyer, I really enjoyed it! (I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.)

Sawyer's writing style is relaxed, and doesn't have an overly complex plot. When I sit down to read, I want to relax and not have to process what I'm reading too much. Maybe it sounds silly, but I just don't want to think too hard. Anyhow, I loved the main character Neva and learned a lot from her in ways I can improve my own life in order to become a better person. This is a Christian fictional book and refers to Christianity with regularity, but is relates easily to many Christian sects.

All-in-all, I fell more in love with the characters as I got further into the book and was even thrown for a loop at one of the plot twists. I love that there were no swear words or risque scenes in this book and recommend it to anyone who loves religious fiction books. It is a beautiful story about finding love and hope despite the challenges life throws at you.

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