Rubbing Stones by Nancy Burkey
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Rubbing Stones is one of those books that seems to start off slow, but them picks up speed as you go along. By the time you get to the end, you really have no clue how everything is going to turn out.
There are some dark moments that I was not expecting. Not that I thought the book was going to be sunshine and rainbows, but I wasn't expecting it to be what it is. It added to the suspense, so those moments were well placed.
Katura is a great example of a strong female character in literature. Even though she is young, she is knows something is not right, and does everything in her power to try and find a way to fix it, even if her life is endangered along the way. She is a good example of doing what you feel is right, even if those around you, including your family are doing something different.
While the ending was satisfying, I still have some questions that were not answered. I really wish I knew what the big plan had been. There seemed to be something brewing, but it was never revealed what that was. The plan may have failed, but I still want to know what it was.
I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Author: Nancy Burkey
Publication Date: 2016
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