BOOK REVIEW: NORMAL by DANIELLE PEARL
Author: Danielle Pearl
Series: Something More Book # 1
Genre: New Adult
Published: August 11, 2014
Source: Author via Quirky Blind Date
'Normal’ by Danielle Pearl was anything but normal. It completely blew me away. It was inspiring and heartbreaking. It was nothing like I expected, but what it delivered was all I hoped for and more. I believe that every female,
Now and again, I come across characters that are inspiring and make my reading experience worthwhile. Rory is one such character. She is
The highlight of this story was that Rory did not have to fight her battles on her own. Rory had trust issues when it came to the opposite sex, so meeting Sam and becoming his friend was a life altering experience. I appreciated how he treated her. At no time did he judge her. He was patient and gentle with her, even when her
‘Normal’ is a well-written story that took me on an emotional journey, which I may not recover from anytime soon. There were times I found myself putting the book down so that I could absorb the events, as they were intense and overwhelming. The story was well- developed, captivating and the pace fitting. It moved between the past and the present, thus providing readers with insight into Rory’s life and the events that led to her current state. There was some repetition, which was due in part, to how the story was presented.
My advice to you is, read this book. However, do not expect a sweet and fluffy story. It is definitely not a story for the faint of heart. It touches on sensitive issues of abuse and assault so if this is a trigger, then this is not for you. However, if these issues do not bother you, and you take my advice be ready for an intense and emotional journey.
I received this book from the author via Quirky Blind Date. My review is voluntary and no other compensation was given. All opinions expressed are my own