Shadows of Truth by: Angie Robinson

truthHave you ever read a book and had to double and triple check to see if it was based on a true story or not?  Have you ever been so emotionally involved with the characters that it took you a few days to realize that it was a book you read and not a story that you heard about a friend?  That is how I felt about this book.  I was so connected to Drea Hartman that I wanted to be there for her through her overwhelming experience.

Drea Hartman was having a reoccurring nightmare that woke her up in a panic every time.  She was unsure of what the dream was or what it meant but she was determined to find out.    As she speaks with her AA sponsor and a dream analyst she believes that this may be a premonition of something to come or a way in which to solve a past crime.  Little does she know what is about to happen to her.

This is a novel of inspiration and determination.  It has left me feeling empowered to fight for myself.  I highly recommend this book, especially to women and/ or their significant others who may be dealing with the struggles of overcoming a traumatic experience.  I give this book 5 crowns.



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