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I absolutely loved Izzy's journey and how she grew so much. Definitely a transformation from who she was in the beginning to who she was in the end. I also found her story to be encouraging and inspiring. Many times, I found myself relating to her with her book dare and the searching of who she is because I found myself in a very similar spot when reading. Her story gave me courage to not necessarily look for the answers I was searching in her story, but as would she say: The Good Book. (Not to say I didn't immensely enjoy this story though and that I DID find some of my own personal questions answered.)
Tubs was awesome! Definitely one of my favorite characters. However, I have to say I especially liked Johnathan. I'm not sure what it was about his character, but I felt like I could relate to him. Plus, he was so sweet and couldn't help but grin at some of his antics when him and Izzy were younger.
Now, I have to say that the author got me with that title. Without giving spoilers, it didn't mean what I thought it did and LOVED how it fit the story so beautifully.
The Native American culture was beautiful. Truly, this story is special and unique. My favorite part was hearing the legends. I eagerly look forward to reading more about it in book two!
Overall, this was an excellent read that I would recommend to historical YA readers. A very thought-provoking story about forgiveness, love, and growth.
*(Special thanks to the author for sending me a copy of this book, though I was not required to write a review.)*
So why did I like it? It was so very good that I cried in the middle. I can't tell you why and spoil the book. I liked it because Izzy although "damaged" is a strong character. I got to watch her grow from a VERY sheltered young woman to one that could conquer the world (with help). It did have some Christian references, BUT they are not ones that don't seem right with what is going on. Nor is religion the reason behind the book. It just flows, nicely through out.
Love the hero. Johnathan. He was so strong and yet so vulnerable. I really liked him. I loved Tubs. He was the happy mischievous little brother. OK - I loved all the characters.
Some of the forgiveness at the end of the book - well I couldn't be that forgiving - but it worked for the characters. Not a normal type book that I would read - but an amazing book that I was glad I read.
Plot - Great, held my interest to the end
Characters - Amazing
Re-read - Yes, it's one of those ones that will be kept on my Kindle
Tammy Lash has done a beautiful job, breathing life into her characters that had me wishing I could hug them one time and another time wanting to grab them by the shoulders and shake them! I thoroughly savored the richness of her world. Her writing is so vivid that every time I opened it, it felt like I'd stepped through a time portal to a place that I could taste, smell, and touch. Familiar, but so deliciously new. The author's love for the will-not-be-named-because-it'd-be-a-spoiler culture really shines through.
This is one book that made me not care that the clock read three am, I just had to read one more chapter! I loved this book and I'm eager to read the sequel.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good historical fiction or is looking for something new to try. For me, this one definitely did not disappoint.