Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Beneath the Night Tree Review

Summery: Do I have a child? Julia DeSmit knew she would face the question eventually, but she didn’t expect it now. At twenty-four, she is finally content with the way her life has unfolded. A single mother to her son and young brother, she works at the local grocery store while chipping away at a two-year degree. All her free time is spent with her unorthodox family—her boys, her grandmother, and her boyfriend of five years. It’s not perfect, but Julia is happier than ever.


So when she receives the cryptic e-mail from her son’s father, Julia’s world is turned upside down. She hasn’t heard from Parker since he left her in a college parking lot nearly six years ago. But one look at her son—the spitting image of his father—is enough to convince her that, for better or worse, Parker is a part of their story. Faced with this new reality and an unexpected tragedy, Julia begins a tightrope walk between what was and what is, what she hopes for and what will be.

I am currently still reading this novel, but since I started it's been hard to put it down. It's quite easy to read, and gets you hooked the first chapter. I'm a very picky reader, and if it doesn't peak my interest within the first couple pages, I would toss it aside. Well, this book I'm still reading!

Tyndale House Publishers provided me with a copy of  Beneath the Night Tree for review. I did not receive any compensation or incentive nor was I required to write a positive review. Individual results or experiences may vary.



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