Sunday, March 2, 2014

A Stillness of Chimes Review

I just finished reading "A Stillness of Chimes" by Meg Moseley. This is the first I have heard of Meg Moseley. I have got to say, this book absolutely drew me in from the very beginning. The story revolves around Laura Gantt, who heads to her childhood home in Georgia to settle the estate of her recently deceased mother. Strangely enough, though, there are rumors tied to Laura that she finds out about... or rather, pertaining to Laura's dead (maybe?) father. Laura's father supposedly drowned twelve years before this, yet people are coming out of the woodworks saying he has been spotted around town. Laura would love to find her father alive, but if he is alive, that raises a lot of questions. Laura and her old boyfriend, Sean, team up to find out the truth of what's really going on in the town.

Like I said, this book reeled me in from the beginning. I enjoyed every minute of it. Meg Moseley is someone I'm going to be looking for on the bookshelves of stores and the library. If all her books are this intriguing I'd like to read more!

Thank you to Waterbrook Multnomah for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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A Stillness of Chimes: A Novel

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