Rapture of Canaan (Oprah's Book Club)
2 journalers for this copy...
This is the book that first introduced me to Sheri Reynolds and she quickly became a favorite of mine.
Her writing style draws me in quickly. It's very poetic.
Anyway, this is part of my permanent collection, but I'm shoving it off on an unsuspecting coworker today.
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Lent to Arthur. I hope he enjoys it as much as I have.
The further I got in the book, the harder it became for me to put it down. I found myself laughing out loud at certain parts and wanting to scream at the characters during other times.
Overall I must say that enjoyed the book. There are books whose endings leave you wanting more, this book was one of those. Though I could tell (from the lack of following pages) that the story had come to an end I was left with my tongue wagging, expecting and wanting more. It was just that good.
I must say thanks to Jenny for dropping this great find in my lap. She's two for two in the literary department.
CAUGHT IN CONWAY ARKANSAS USA