Monday, May 14, 2012

H2O the novel by Austin Boyd and Brannon Hollingsworth

Kate Pepper has her life in order: a good job making big bucks to support her extravagant hobbies, a rich boyfriend, and expensive toys. When she slices her hand while making sushi fora fund raiser to make her boyfriend look good, Kate starts to see things when she touches water, causing her life to spin out of control. Suddenly, those things that used to get her up in the morning no longer hold the joy they once did for her. At first, the visions are bizarre and disjointed, but then Kate starts to witness actual scenes that have taken place. Can Kate come to the realization that Someone is trying to get her attention before things pass a point of no return? I found this story hard to get into, since Kate is a powerful heroine who is vulnerable and yet hard to relate too. It took me till about half way through to decide that I liked her and actually get into the story. So, stick with it!:D The writing style is edgy and will keep you guessing till the last page. Disclaimer: I wouldn't recommend this story if you are squeamish though, as Kate ends up in several predicaments that aren't for the faint of heart. All in all though, the book is worth reading if you like stories about God speaking in modern day or enjoy novels that make you think outside of the box.

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