Forgive Me

This book explores ‘forgiveness’ very well. I often wonder how some people from high profile criminal cases  forgive their attackers/murderers…

What was odd about this story  was the cold, and faraway feel of all the characters.  None seemed close to my heart, they just felt like strangers even at the end. This may be deliberate considering the themes within the book?

I dont have a favorite character,  but I do have favorite chapters… these are the ones of Archie’s letters to his mystery receiver. These letters were cleverly crafted, and gave the book the excitement and wonder it needed.

A family suspense drama, with a plot to make you think. Forgiveness is a skill in itself, not sure I could always do the right thing in the same situation as this.

Thank you for #gifting me this lovely #hardback for my spot on the #blogtour today @annecater14 #randomthingstours

Published by rhirhireader

Welsh born, Welsh speaker, Welsh thinker - blogging about books in English! so excuse the mistakes from time to time. Here you will find my very open thoughts on a mixed genre of books.

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