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Book Review: Family Reunion by Kelsey Bryant

I haven’t done a book review in a good long while, so here’s one! :)



Family Reunion was one of those books that kept popping up on numerous blogs. Finally, I decided that a change of pace might be nice, so I got the book. At first glance, I didn’t expect much, but as I read on, the little treasure that this book is came to light.


Plot/Storyline: 4/5

Though this is far from an action-packed adventure, the message of this book is so absolutely invaluable. It packs a punch, about something every person struggles with at one point in time or another; being kind to those we don’t like.


Characters: 5/5

The characters were likable, except for those who weren’t supposed to be so.


Writing: 5/5

Though I felt that some trimming of excess words and sentences wouldn’t be amiss, Bryant is a talented writer. I look forward to seeing her skill develop and grow.


Dialogue: 5/5

Very nicely done.


Want-to-read-ability: 3/5

There were some parts that truly seemed to drag by. Unlike some, this book wasn’t in my hands at every spare moment, though I looked forward to when I could sit down and read a few chapters. I’m excited to read the next book in the series.



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2 responses to “Book Review: Family Reunion by Kelsey Bryant”

  1. Very neat! I should read this. I’ve hired Kelsey to be my editor for Martin Hospitality :)

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