“Hope Springs”

The book up for review is “Hope Springs” by Kim Cash Tate

The book is based on a family whose roots are in Hope Springs, North Carolina. The family lives all over but the matriarch, Grandma Geri, is based there. When she becomes sick the family pulls together to help take care of her, some rearranging their lives for the woman who help raise them. The family works together and come to term with their spiritual self and healing that comes from trusting in the Lord.

I for one am glad the author placed a small family tree in the front for there are a lot of characters. What I did not like was meeting almost all of them in the first chapter. For me that was information overload. If you can follow along then it won’t be a problem but for me it slowed me down.

Also it was a little easy to figure out how the ending was going to come about. I like to be surprised or at least only figuring how it ends by the last chapter.

I did like the Christian aspect of the book which gave it a good feeling throughout. The feeling of family being there for each other was present in the entire book which was nice to read.

This book was received for free in exchange for two honest reviews.

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