The Book: They came to America together and set out to make their own lives, but personal tragedy and circumstance brings Tora, Elsa, Kaatje, and Karl back together again.Â Since Tora brought her tragedy on herself, and in some way harmed each of the others as well, is there anyway for them all to work together as a unit and reforge their lives?
My Thoughts:Â I live in the Pacific Northwest and was quite anxious to read Deep Harbor, by Lisa Tawn Bergen because I am familiar with the coastline, history and culture of the area. Deep Harbor, by Lisa Tawn Bergen did not disappoint me. This is book two in a series, but it was quite easily read as a stand alone.Â The characters were engaging from the very first and I couldn’t quit turning the pages.Â This book kept me from doing the dishes and robbed me of some sleep, but it was worth it!Â I will definitely pick up the first book in the series and am anxious for the next one as well.
I would like to thank WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for providing me with a copy of this book for review.