Thursday, October 31, 2013

Review: Every Waking Moment

I have to admit, I wasn't all that interested in the plot of "Every Waking Moment." The description of a young woman with a gift to bring people elderly people out of their shells was a bit too general for me, and it did take me a while to get into the book. But I had read Chris Fabry's addicting thriller "Not in the Heart," and I loved that book so much that I went out on a limb and requested to read his next book without hesitation. I'm glad I did. Chris has a way with plot and character development that keeps you on your seat. "Every Waking Moment" had me constantly flipping ahead, hoping to get a peak at the big secret, but I had to wait it out and get through the page-turner before I could find out the large conspiracy behind heroine Treha's life. I couldn't put the book down. Although the story didn't develop as well as "Not in the Heart," and I wasn't entirely satisfied with the book's conclusions, the book still proves what an amazing author Chris Fabry is. Go read one of his books. He'll take you on a great journey.

*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review of it.

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