Monday, February 28, 2011

Indivisible by Kristen Heitzmann

Everyone has their issues, their baggage that lingers and never quite goes away. Kristen Heitzmann delves into characters that have their fair share of awful baggage in Indivisible.

There's Police Chief Jonah Westfall who has some daddy issues, then three's Tia Manning who is connected to Jonah somehow but is dealing with her own relationship rough patch. Add a bubbly, inventive baker named Piper, throw in mutilated raccoons and you have what begins as an intriguing story.

This is a thrilling, figure-out-before-the-characters story. The characters are unique enough that you're invested if you can survive the first 5 chapters. After that amount of time, you'll be hooked to go with them until the last page. Heitzmann uses the thriller genre to touch on heavy issues like guilt, family wounds, loneliness, drug use, ... come to think of it, she brings up almost every negative issue in society in this one book!

Kristen Heitzmann is a Christy Award winning author of over 15 novels.

There are some nice twists in Indivisible and an interesting development few may see coming.

This is a good book worth reading on any flight.
Indivisible: A Novel

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing.

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