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The Darkest Part (Living Heartwood) - Trisha Wolfe
The Darkest Part (Living Heartwood)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781491289556 (1491289554)
ASIN: 1491289554
Publisher: CreateSpace
Pages no: 374
Edition language: English
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Tammie's Reading Reviews
Tammie's Reading Reviews rated it
1.0 The Darkest Part (Living Heartwood)
I gave The Darkest part a try because I had read and enjoyed another novel that this author wrote, and because I wanted to read something a little different from what I had been reading all week. This was my first endeavor into the new adult category and I can say that this one at least was not for ...
CarolOates rated it
I started reading this the other day, got 2 chapters in and got sidetracked. I couldn't wait to get back to it. I spent today just inhaling the words. So, so good. I feel like the author ripped my guts out and fed them through a pasta maker, then patched me up and gave me cuddles, kittens, and ice-c...
Donnie Darko Girl
Donnie Darko Girl rated it
5.0 moving story written with a lot of heart
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review for my stop on the blog tour at Donnie Darko Girl. After hearing so many great things about Trisha Wolfe's novels, I jumped at the chance to read and review The Darkest Part. All the praise is well deserved - she's a tremendously talent...
Little Pieces of Imagination
Little Pieces of Imagination rated it
This spring, I got to review Of Silver and Beasts by Trisha Wolfe. Guess what? I loved it! It was a book that sealed the deal for me and I now want to make it my life’s mission to read all of Trisha’s books. LOL. I’m slightly kidding, but the truth is not far from it. I wondered what it’d be like if...
Kara the Book'aholic
Kara the Book'aholic rated it
4.5 The Darkest Part (Living Heartwood)
What an amazing, emotional, heartfelt read that somehow managed to leave me feeling optimistic even throughout all of the heartache. At first I was a little weary because loss is a touchy subject for me, but I felt the author handled it respectfully without delving in too deeply; and thankfully, I...
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