The Heart of Memory by Alison Strobel
The Heart of Memory‘s writing style is engaging and it is well-edited. The premise of someone with a life that revolved around God suddenly hating God after a heart transplant because of the feelings of the donor is very interesting. The problem is the three characters in the family are the most unlikable awful people ever. The only good characters are side ones. They are “good Christians” very much in the spotlight but in actuality are terrible humans. I’m not sure why the author made them quite that awful. I rather wanted all the bad things to happen to them. If you like Christian fiction and have some extra time kill, this book is a decent time waster.
3 (out of 5) Stars
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