Book Review

The Memory Weaver : Book Review

The Memory Weaver by Jane Kirkpatrick is a historical fiction based on true events. Eliza Spalding Warren had a tragic past. Her family were serving as missionaries to the Nez Perce. As she becomes an adult Eliza struggles with her past. Throughout the book we see Eliza trying to cope and move on from her past through different ways. When her husband wants to move to the very area where the massacre began Eliza finally comes face to face with her past. 

Personally I didn’t like the book. It was very hard to get into it. I didn’t know what was going on through most of it, and I didn’t connect at all with the characters. It was OK, but it’s not one I’m going to recommend if you want a light reading. There is some pretty heavy stuff in this book. I also felt the time table in the book was rushed, especially when it gets to the last chapters. 

*I was given this book in exchange for my honest review

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