Sunday, August 1, 2010

Angel Song-Book Review

Angel Song, by Sheila Walsh and Kathryn Cushman is a tremendous book about love and second chances. Ann Fletcher, an interior designer from New York, travels to visit her baby sister in Charleston to celebrate her sister receiving her masters. After an enjoyable evening together, a tragic accident happens, and Ann finds herself alone, no family, no friends, in a house she hasn’t lived in or seen for over seven years.

As Ann prepares the house to be sold, she is welcomed into the neighborhood by Tammy and Keith, Sarah’s neighbors. These two characters are vivid and their faith is quite a contrast to Ann’s lack of faith. We see how broken Ann is by witnessing her life as she travels back and for to New York in order to perform her job as an interior designer. With a new client she is trying to score, and with work becoming overwhelming, she realizes that she can not make enough trips to Charleston.

I loved the characters in this story and the way they developed, the way they work their way into the hearts of the read and how believable they are. I can see how this story won novel of the year, and is part of the Women of Faith Series. For anyone that simply wants a good read or a chance to look deeper into their hearts this is the book for your. It is a beautiful book who has ever wondered about Angels and their role in our lives.

Disclosure: I received a review copy of Angel Song through Book Sneeze. I received no compensation for my thoughts.

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