My amazing critique partner released another book! And it’s so beautiful in SO MANY WAYS. If you like pretty-to-look-at books or pretty-to-read-books, this is definitely for you. *heart eyes*
A Pandora’s Box retelling
Andora is a beautiful young woman with insatiable curiosity. Raised in splendor, she is spoiled by her privileged life. When a love letter is slid under her door, her life takes a drastically unromantic turn. Nothing makes sense—her arranged marriage, the gifts her parents bestow on her wedding day, or her new husband’s temperament.
As Andora begins to unravel the mysteries around her, she ignites a chain of events that have the power to sabotage her entire village forever. Only her new-found wisdom as a desperate peasant’s wife can save her from her folly.
| When I heard my dear friend and critique partner was releasing a second book so close to her debut–I gave her a pat on the back and wished her luck.
No, kidding. I’m not that mean. ;) I BEGGED to be allowed to read the book, which Abi was all too kind to oblige.
Andora’s Folly is a beautiful twist of a classic fairy tale/myth. My favorite part about Abi’s adaption was the Christian elements. She is a master at weaving Biblical teachings and strong morals without being preachy. Though the feel of this book is quite different from Abi’s debut novel, I enjoyed it just as much. Andora was easy to connect with, and the prologue—eeekkkk!!! It was one of my favorite chapters! Instantly, I was immersed in Andora’s world, captured by Abi’s beautiful descriptors and engaging prose. Don’t miss out on this sweet retelling!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Abigayle has been a writer ever since her mother taught her how to hold a pencil. However, she devoted more time to reading words with her green eyes than writing them with her left hand. Inspired by a crazy dream at the age of seventeen, she set off on a journey to self-publish her first novel, Martin Hospitality. Since then, Abigayle has devoted herself to sharing what she has learned through the mediums of freelance editing, and her blog theleft-handedytpist.blogspot.com … when period drama films are not calling more loudly. None of her successes would be possible without the support of her Savior, large family, and online community.
And because this is made from one of my absolute favorite parts of the book…read this adorable quote and then BUY THE BOOK.