Letting Go – Book Review

letting go

 

Letting Go by Emily Medlock

At twenty-three years old, Sophie Tyler had always lived, what some would call, a normal life. Growing up in a small Mississippi town, she was popular and beautiful. With plenty of friends and a loving family. Simply breezing through life with nothing to stand in her way. That is, until a tragic accident occurred, leaving her in a position she never thought she would be.

Can she now repair her broken life and fill the seemingly bottomless pit in her ever-aching heart? Faced with racism, unwanted religion, new responsibilities, and grief, Sophie must learn to triumph over her hurdles and put her trust in the exact place she’s been hiding from.

 

Review:

5.0 out of 5 starsUnforgettable and life-changing!

By Jill C. on February 23, 2016

Format: Paperback Verified Purchase

With a heartbreaking and riveting first chapter, I was hooked from the beginning. I immediately connected with Sophie and felt whatever she was feeling. I laughed and cried with her. The characters were all real and unforgettable and the twists and turns kept me on the edge of my seat, but the real gift from this story was learning what “letting go” really means and seeing what happened in my life when I did it.

Can’t wait for more books in this series!

 

 

 

Guest review contributed by Diamante Lavendar. This blog is furnished with violet colors and jeweled tones. It offers reviews, spotlights, author interviews, and guest posts. 

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