I am a little behind in my reading goals but I will do my best to catch up. A book I finished reading recently is “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte. This is an old Classic and some of you may have read it before.
What I love about this book is its refreshing honesty and simple style. I love Jane’s bluntness, her honesty and her innocence in regards to matters of love. Her story is relatable even today for those who are caught up in the system of foster care and children’s homes. Her story is one of strength and survival and finding love in the end.
I have finished reading ‘BLOOD AND JUSTICE’ by Rayven T. Hill which is my second book as a part of my reading challenge for this year. As promised you can read the review below.
Blood and Justice is quite interesting. It is slow paced but nevertheless intriguing. The story is about a teenage girl, Amelia James, who is kidnapped by Jeremy Spencer who has a vendetta against anyone he considered a thief. He murdered Amelia’s companion who had shoplifted while in high school but because she was innocent he held her hostage instead of killing her. Her mom hires two private investigators to find her and it takes them a while to figure out that the seemingly harmless Jeremy was the kidnapper. By the time they did Jeremy had killed two more people. Both had stolen something. It was suspenseful, wondering if he would kill Amelia or set her free.