My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Wow! I was captured by this book from the very start! You know that feeling when you finish a book so good, that when you pick up the next one you just take a while to adjust? Well that did *not* happen when I picked up The Life Group. From page 1, it was so intriguing and so well-written I had to force myself to put it down to go to work.
Beautifully structured dialogue forms a large part of the narrative, making it flow naturally and feel real. I *lived* this story, completely forgetting I was reading at all while falling in love with the characters, identifying and empathising with them all, and hoping things would work out for them in the end.
This was five stars from the start, and nothing dented, scratched or even tarnished a single point. I don’t want to spoil it by saying anything about the plot – just get your hands on it and read it!
Now, time to try and let this one go and get into the next book if I’m able…
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review – I have no affiliation with anyone involved in this book and these are my genuine heartfelt thoughts.