Monday, October 12, 2015

"The Imposter"- {a review}

I am not someone who normally reads books about the Amish. Nothing against them, its just not normally my thing. But I thought this one sounded interesting so I signed up to review it. 

In "The Imposter", Katrina is a young girl who thinks she has her life figured out. Then her life has an unexpected twist and she has to adjust accordingly. At the same time, her family has to deal with her choices and the ones they have made themselves. 

As someone who really doesn't read this particular type of book often, I am looking forward to the next book in the series. The story is well written and draws you in, keeping your interest throughout. I found myself really caring about the characters and questioning why in the world they would make some of the decisions they did. Not because it wasn't possible but because I just couldn't see that character doing that until later in the book. 

I recommend this book for the mom looking for a good book for the weekend or just someone who wants something to read. 

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