27
Apr

Review: Porcelain Keys

   Posted by: Garrett   in Path

Disclaimer: I am part of Sarah’s writing group and think she is awesome 😉

I read parts of this over several months as Sarah would bring in new stuff for our writer’s group. Because I would miss a month or two or whatever, my memories of the story were a little disjointed.

So, I was amazed when I sat down to read the finished product.

This was a great YA romance story that kept me reading through the night. I laughed and cried and feared right along with the characters. It felt very real. I think this is because Sarah does not shy away from the complex feelings that come to the characters. There are no easy answers here about heartbreak or loss. But there are characters who have souls as rich and deep as can be imagined. And there is love.

This is the story of a teenage girl who has to deal with a drunken, abusive father and who has to come to terms with her growing interest in the new boy in town, all while exploring her yearnings for music.

I highly recommend this book!

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