Unbreakable – Review

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I had the opportunity to read an advance copy of the nove, Unbreakable, by Nancy Mehl and I just had to share with you.

Being the second book in the Road to Kingdom series, the reader will immediately recognize some of the characters. However, Unbreakable could easily stand on its own. This story takes the reader on a bumpy, thrilling ride. The small town of Kingdom is being threatened by outsiders. Hope is the first one threatened. A red truck runs her and her buggy off the road. When will the threats stop? How far will these people go? The town of Kingdom must also face the decision of how they will respond.

Nancy does a great job of fleshing out her characters, especially the main character, Hope. The reader sees and feels her pain and journeys with her to help answer the burning questions, “Which man should she marry – Jonathon or Ebbie and will she ever feel safe again?” Hope must discover for herself what she believes and where her faith lies. Just like life, this book contains many twists and turns along the way;; some may even surprise the reader.

This was a fabulous book that I would highly recommend. The story grabs the reader early on and you want to continue reading to discover what decisions Hope will make and what will happen to the small town of Kingdom. One word of caution, once you start reading it, you will not want to put it down.

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6 thoughts on “Unbreakable – Review

  1. I am patiently waiting for this book. I loved the first book in the series. This review just makes me become a little less patient in my wait. HaHa. Nancy Mehl does a great job with her characters. You can almost feel what it is to be there.

  2. Just found your blog and am looking forward to reading more of it. Great review, this author is new to me and I’m looking forward to reading her as well. Blessings, Susan Fryman

  3. I can’t wait to read Unbreakable! I’ve been waiting and waiting and waiting… If it’s anything like INESCAPABLE I won’t be able to put it down once I start reading.

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