Monday, June 25, 2012
After some bad decisions and worse luck, he lands at his father’s old A-frame cabin, where his father’s young widow, Bennie, now lives. She has every reason to turn Logan away, but when she doesn’t, she opens the door to unexpected redemption—for both of them.
A deftly plotted exploration of marriage, family, and the road from child to parent, Brand New Human Being is a page-turning debut that overflows with heart and grace.
My thoughts: Emily Jeanne Miller, in her debut novel, explores life and marriage in a very realistic way. The characters are very relatable and I went through a range of emotions with each of them. The novel flows smoothly and is definitely a page turner. This book is about figuring out how to put yourself back together after you've been broken, how to reconcile the past with the present, and how to let go so that you can move forward.
Posted by Mandy at Monday, June 25, 2012
Review: Brand New Human Being