It’s Time to Share The Love || Counted Worthy by Leah E. Good

Hello Readers!

Sorry about the lateness of this post! I mean’t to write the review this weekend so I wouldn’t be scrambling to do it now but going to a movie, sherlock marathons, sickness and MORE ARC’s kinda distracted me from what needed to be done! But, no matter. Here is todays book review of ‘Counted Worthy’ by Leah E. Good

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Heather Stone lives in fear of repeating the past, yet she continues doing the one thing that could trigger another disaster. When the police trace an illegal Bible to her house, Heather’s world begins to crumble.

Her father’s life hangs in the balance. No one with the power to help knows or cares. If she tries to save him, she could lead her friends to their deaths. If she does nothing, her father’s fate is certain. Can she evade a hostile police force and win public sympathy before it’s too late?

So, basically:

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This book was fantastic! I will admit I was a tiny bit un-sure about this book when I first started it. *ashamed* But that was very quickly turned around when I was dragged into the world of this book and was doomed to not return for hours…..Sorry to all those people I kept abandoning when you texted me…I really truly am sorry, but this book… *flails* (But in the process of ignoring said people while reading has got them interested in the book. You win some, you lose some.)

Anyways. The plot for this novel was really great and well written. I felt like the story itself could have been a bit longer but it was still a good enough length and told the story. (But I just would have liked a little more backstory for a certain event and such)

I loved the characters very very much! And there might have been a ship where a ship could potentially exist… (but didn’t happen in the novel. *sad face* ) Just saying!

Heather was such a great character who has suffered a lot and is putting her life at risk every day because she is a Christian. On top of that, Heather has suffered a lot of pain and you just can’t help but feel sorry for the poor girl *gives the character a hug* She was a great character, I just wish that the pain and sorrow that haunted her from previous events was better explained and I just felt her pain a little more. (But I still felt it…trust me, the FEELS)

I really liked Bryce’s character. He was really smart and a fast thinker but he, like Heather, had his moments where he was extremely stubborn and really only liked his own way/idea of how to do something. I really liked the friendship between both Heather and Bryce too. Really great. (and maybe nearing the end of the novel I was shipping them together, okay?)

Okay, Miss Lucy was a great character. If you have read this book, raise your hand if you want a short story or something about her!…If you haven’t raise your hand anyways cause you will want it!

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Anyways, I loved Miss Lucy. She was such a great character and extremely clever and yeah…just amazing.

 

I am hoping that there is a sequel for this novel because the ending (Cliffhangers, GAH!) hinted at there being a possible sequel? I’m just sitting here hoping that there is another one and it will come very soon.

My rating for the novel is…… *drumroll*

4.5 Stars!!!

4.5 Stars!!!

 

Why 4.5? I say 4.5 because I would have liked a little more backstory and more view into what happened to Heather and a deeper look into the pain she was feeling (and a couple more things along that line) but other than that it is an absolutely wonderful read and I highly suggest you read it as soon as you can 🙂

Have you read this book? Wanted to read it? Or is this the first you’ve heard of it? What are your thoughts on it?

So, Until Next Time!

Adriana Gabrielle!

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7 thoughts on “It’s Time to Share The Love || Counted Worthy by Leah E. Good

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