Friday, April 15, 2011

Set Sail with The Deepest Waters: Review

Do you enjoy Nicholas Sparks' books? The rich romances laced with themes that resonate across time? Then you have got to try Dan Walsh's latest book. The Deepest Waters is a rich book. It pulled me in from the first chapter as Dan introduced characters and a situation that made me want to shut out the world and curl up until I reached the last page.

Dan has an amazing ability to create characters that are three dimensional. They are people that I want to spend time with and get to know better. I care about their journeys and whether there will be a Happily Ever After. With John and Laura, he's created two more characters I could root for from the first page. The situation seems impossible, but is inspired by true events. The history lover in me LOVES that!

Want to try the book? Then be sure to click here and read the first two chapters.

More about the book: What began as a fairytale honeymoon in 1857 for John and Laura Foster aboard the steamship SS Vandervere becomes a nightmare when a hurricane causes their ship to sink into the murky depths of the Atlantic. Laura finds herself with the other women and children aboard a sailing ship while John and a hundred other men drift on the open sea on anything they could grab as the Vandervere went down. Suspecting her John is gone but still daring to hope for a miracle, Laura must face the possibility of life alone--and meeting her new in-laws without their son if she ever reaches New York.

Thanks to Dan and Revell for sending me a copy of the book. The opinion is all mine. 

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