The Right Kind of Fool: a fascinating story

The Right Kind of Fool by Sarah Loudin Thomas is the story of Loyal, a young deaf boy, growing up in a hearing world. A summer of new and unexpected experiences leaves his world turned upside down along with that of his mother and father. I loved how Thomas explored family dynamics; the experience of […]

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The Edge of Belonging : review of a dual-time story

“In this dual-time narrative, Ivy Rose returns to her hometown to oversee an estate sale but soon discovers her grandmother left behind more than trinkets and photo frames–she provided a path to the truth behind Ivy’s adoption.” I hadn’t even read this summary in full when I picked up this delightful story. I was pleasantly […]

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Something Worth Doing : a Suffragist story

Something Worth Doing by Jane Kirkpatrick is a novel of an early Suffragist. I needed the story. Not only do I relate, but Abigail Scott the main character, has hope in a time where there is little reason to hope. I’m longing and searching for that same hope. Her calling and giftings, her work ethic, […]

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