Tuesday, September 24, 2013
The Note II
The Note II
Peyton receives a letter one day that helps to change her prospective on life. She goes to meet the letter writer and finds the meeting to be unsettling and confusing. Can she juggle her new found daughter and boyfriend without hurting someone? Could it be possible that her approach to love is all wrong? Take a short journey with Peyton as she discovers what love is really about.
I have not read the first book or watched the movie (or movies). So I started the book feeling a little confused. The style of writing felt more like a movie than the author's typical style of writing. Other reviewers also mentioned that it felt more like reading a screen play than reading a novel. Perhaps this might have contributed to the unrealistic feel that the entire book left me with. The secondary story of the older woman was intriguing, but has definitely been done before. While I enjoyed the story for the most part, it didn't leave me with the desire to go back and check out the first book.
I received this book free of charge from Tyndale in exchange for my honest review.