The Homeward Trilogy: Sing #2

Posted by Amy Kittel on January 21st, 2011 filed in Lisa Tawn Bergren

by Lisa T. Bergren

Published by David C. Cook in 2010

Book #1, Breathe, in which Odessa overcomes her severe symptoms of Tuberculosis, aka Consumption in the 1800s. Now her sister Moira takes her inheritance to gain the stage, against her father’s wishes, and is fighting a losing battle.  The unfortunate turn of events and abuse and coercion she received are nothing short of Satan’s evil.

I couldn’t wait to read Breathe, since I am a nurse, and couldn’t wait for this sequel. The bad thing about good books is they end to quickly.

Ever read a book where the characters and situations were so well described that you wanted to kill the bad guy yourself? I’ve only read a few of those, and these authors deserve a lot of praise. Well, Ms. Bergren happens to be one of them.

Some books lend themselves to a long-winded me, others I enjoy for the pure pleasure of escaping my reality. This series is a reality escaper for me.

I give this book 5 stars. Go read it to see if they get the bad guy.

The Homeward Trilogy: Sing #2

Thank you to CreativeMadnessMama for a copy to review.

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