Book Review: Truest by Jackie Lea Sommers

Ahhh! Love this review!

Kaleigh Walter Revisions

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I don’t often read a book in day. I’m a slow reader by nature, so when I do devour a book in twenty-four hours, you can guarantee that I found the story absolutely magical. These addictive books pull me in and make me forget about reality. For their pages are filled with characters I can’t let go of and worlds I continue dreaming about for days, weeks, years (cough…Harry Potter). Truest was one of these books.

In fact, I was on a weekend writing retreat when I started to read Truest. And instead of working on my own novel, which was the entire purpose of the retreat, I kept wondering about Sommers’ characters and what would happen to them. I kept reading, kept going back to Sommers’ world.

Truest tells the story of teenager Westlin Beck, a pastor’s kid, whose life is turned around when a bright and…

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4 thoughts on “Book Review: Truest by Jackie Lea Sommers

  1. Awesome! I love hearing the great feedback you’re getting! 🙂 PS – I know it’s not much and you’re completely swamped with life, but I nominated you for a creative blogger award (it’s a blog hop). No worries if you’re busy and want to bow out. I just wanted to get your name out in my corner of the world. Any news on the ARC’s? I’d still love to do a blog book review for you too!
    http://fellowpassengers.com/2015/05/12/creativity-and-a-creative-blogger-award-nomination/

    • I saw that! I’ll try my best to jump in on the blog hop!!

      I only have one ARC, but I could loan it to you to read– I’d love for you to do a review! My friend Erica gets the ARC next, but I can add you to the list after her, if you want?

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