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One thing I found interesting that was when seeking guidance and meaning for her events and struggles in the book the Church's methods and practices were presented. But at the key moment for Sara's character she finds the answer is Jesus himself, not through the Catholic Church as a mediator.
I can't say much more without ruining the book for you, but I did want to say that I wished for more in the ending. It was a fitting ending, it just seemed abrupt and not entirely resolved, as I personally could think of many ways in which the implied ending might not turn out as implied.
Overall, I recommend and enjoyed this novel. But it was not what I expected.
I received this book from the BookCrash program free in exchange for my unbiased review.
|PS.I thought it was really cool that Tom Milton autographed my copy.|