She-Rain: A Story of Hope by Michael Cogdill
I’m not really sure what to say about this book. I gave it 100 pages but I just couldn’t finish. Perhaps it’s just timing but I could not get into this book. It was really just too wordy. Every time I’d start to get pulled into the story, like something was actually happening, I’d find myself bogged down again by all those words!
It really is well written though. I’m sure at a different time in my life I could sit down and enjoy what this book has to offer but right now I only get short moments to read and I think this is a book that is better read if you have an hour or two at a time to devote to it. I’m also operating on small amounts of sleep which makes it hard to concentrate on anything that’s even slightly complicated! So, I’ll put this one back on the shelf and perhaps come back to it in a few years when I’m done with small children demanding every other second of my attention.