Today I'll be sharing a review of Only Children Chase Sawdust by the lovely Willowy Whisper! I've had the privilege of reading (and reviewing) many of this author's works, and I've enjoyed them all. :) On to the review!!
Their whole life turned to sawdust and blew away...
Please don't leave me, Jacob. I need you. I know you're grieving. Maybe we all are. But you're chasing something you'll never catch . . . and we both know you won't come back alive.
Oh my goodness, what an amazing book. <3 <3
To date, I have a read all but one of Willowy Whisper's published works, and I think I would have to say this is my favorite. The hurt, the angst, the romance, the sharing of the salvation message... Ahh, it was all so well-done and beautiful!! <3
Jacob and Annie were such a darling young couple, but I guessed from the beginning that they would experience heartache... But I didn't expect all *that*!! (And that scene...when Annie knew he was hurting... *hugs them*)
The separation and various points-of-view were all amazing. I can happily say I connected with all the characters!! (Well...except the bad guys...but ya know...) I don't know that I could pick a favorite, but Jacob and Annie were both wonderful. :) And Akando!! I wasn't sure what to think of it him at first but... *spoilers* I loved him and you will too.
The only con I can think of is one phrase that was used several times in the same chapter. It was a good one, but it was used numerous times and I started picking up on it. ;) Not bad, but a bit repetitive. Also, there is kissing and some violence (torture and killing), but it was all very well-done. :)
All the way around, this was an amazing story! One I heartily recommend!!
~ Favorite Quote.
Without needing told, without Jacob's lead, Akando dropped to his knees and lunged into the throne room of Christ.
**I received a free e-copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.**