Three Summer Book Picks
Looking for a book to read this summer? Here are three top picks showcasing four very different women and the tough choices they must make when faced with adversity.
Where the Crawdads Sing
A sweet book by Delia Owens that describes the life of Kya, a young, poor girl basically left to raise herself in a shack in the marshlands of South Carolina.
Delia Owens beautifully covers the damaging effects of loneliness and how the power of just a few meaningful relationships can help to create a purposeful life.
Yet another book by Kristin Hannah that does not disappoint. Set in World War II, The Nightingale recounts the story of two French sisters and the tough choices they must make to survive through German occupation.
I highly recommend this book if you are looking for a great page-turner, especially if you love historical fiction. However, if you are looking for a light beach read, you may want to put off reading this book till later in the summer.
The Burn Zone
The Burn Zone, A Memoir by Renee Linnell reveals how her search for acceptance and purpose made her vulnerable to a controlling, Buddhist cult.
This surprising true story, covers the life of Renee as she slowly is manipulated into blindly following her Buddhist teachers and how she uncovers her own strength to break free from their grasp.
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