The story of Dannie Kohan is satisfyingly and agonizingly appropriate in its representation of what life is. In between the pages of this book Rebecca Serle perfectly sets you up with the belief in a certain ending and then shows you every single way in which this ending seems like an impossibility.
The small town of Singing River is perfectly portrayed through the words of Robin Perini, who not only focused on the wonder that the surroundings have to offer but also captures the strong community that can be found in such a remote location.
A Thriller by Rea Frey that ensnares the reader in a decision that was made in a blur of a few seconds
"Where the Crawdads Sing follows the journey of an uneducated girl that allowed nature to teach her and thrived on the knowledge that the world around her offered. Human tendencies are displayed in a cruel but truthful light as we follow the trial of a man that was murdered, a man that was known for his association with Kya."
Gail Honeymoon writes about a sensible character and the fragility of human nature.
"so many lies in just three words," she said. "And he did not even say 'I love you.'"