Where Rivers Part by Kellie Coates Gilbert is a great story. It touches upon a lot of different issues, like family dynamics and personal accountability; it has a good mix of various things. Gilbert has a background in the legal field, so the book came across as very realistic.
I really like Gilbert’s writing style. She employs a good mix of dialogue, description, and actions, making her stories flow seamlessly and enjoyable. I felt like Juliet’s character was very easy to understand. The setting of the book in Texas made the book really interesting, and I felt like it added a lot to the story. I normally don’t comment on book covers, but I felt as if this cover was a great choice, and really matched what was inside the book.
Another nice thing about the book is that it’s exciting. It’s a page turner, and the suspense of what will happen next is intriguing. This book makes me want to read more fiction titles!
I received a review copy from Revell. You can find the book here on Amazon.