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Literary/Southern Women’s Fiction
Title: THE TWELFTH CHILD
Author: Bette Lee Crosby
Date Published: May 2012
The book's content and storyline is intriguing and one that follows Abigail through her childhood which was made up of hard work and no appreciation and also follows her through decisions she made on her own with her biggest decision being getting away from her father.
The book moves back and forth from her childhood to when she is an older woman. Good and bad decisions made her regret a few of her choices, but she made it through just as her mother always told her she would. You will fall in love with Abigail and feel her pain and her fears, and you will wish you could be there with her when she is alone.
These lines from Page 122 of the e-book sum up Abigail's character perfectly and give a thoughtful piece of advice to all of us:
"All my life, I'd pinched and saved, always worrying about the future, then before I knew it, I was an old woman with not much future left to worry about and pitifully little to show for all the scrimping. If I had it to do over again, I'd live my life the way Destiny does. She's one person who won't end up with a bunch of regrets about things she didn't do."
That quote is just a sampling of the wonderful lessons and wonderful story inside THE TWELFTH CHILD. The entire book was filled with everyday happenings and also gave the reader a look at how the human race can be cruel as well as kind. All of these "lessons" were told in a lovely, fast-moving fashion that made you laugh, made you cry, and made you do some introspection.
I can't praise this book and the author enough...Ms. Crosby is amazing. Her writing is smooth, detailed, interesting, and it pulls you right into the story with believable characters and a wonderful flowing storyline. I couldn't put this book down and was sad when it ended.
And.......the ending has a splendid lesson in itself. I truly enjoyed this incredible book. 5/5
This e-book was given to me free of charge in return for an honest review.
This book was cozy, intriguing, and hard to put down. I really enjoyed it.ReplyDelete
THANKS, Ms. Crosby.
Sounds like one I'll definitely need to pick up. Thanks for telling me about it.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by, Mirella.ReplyDelete
I've heard good things about this book. I think I'll be adding it to my list.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by and for following, Christy.ReplyDelete
Very Interesting Blog. I really like. :) Good job!ReplyDelete
Very good review. And ANOTHER book for that growing pile!ReplyDelete
It was a wonderful book.ReplyDelete