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