Counted Worthy by Leah E. Good
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I received Counted Worthy yesterday afternoon, started reading immediately. Kept me up until eleven.
Today, practically all I've done is read Counted Worthy.
What did I expect?
An AMAZING debut by my friend, Leah, that not only was dystopian, but Christian.
What did I get?
A do hard things story.
And exactly what Brett Harris said that is printed on the cover, "[A] PHENOMENAL DEBUT."
I knew for sure that it would be awesome, but not as awesome as this.
It was gripping. And I cried.
Another thing I would like to say is that the beginning reminded me a LOT of The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.
Read the sample on Amazon, you'll understand.
And I couldn't believe this was Leah's debut! The writing is incredible!
I love her writing voice so much.
The story amazes me.
Heather lives in fear of repeating her past. She steals Bibles from the sorting center. Then one day the police trace a Bible back to her house, her world just starts to crumble.
This story, it has inspired me to trust in God completely, even when I am scared.
I recommend this book to absolutely everyone.
I would thoroughly like to thank Leah for sending me a copy of Counted Worthy. I cannot wait to lend it to my cousin. ;)
I cannot wait for more of Leah E. Good's books to release, especially Counted Worthy's sequel!
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