The story is about Whitney Monroe, a girl returning to her roots to discover an untold tale in her family’s history. She stumbles upon a collection of abandoned letters and mysterious necklace and puts together pieces of her family’s hidden story. There are elements of mystery, drama, romance and fantasy throughout the story, making it a multilayered read that can touch upon different aspects of narrative that can suit your needs.
The characters are at times unlikable, though that may be the intention of the author. Even despite some characters that are not very likable, they tend to grow on you and make you feel responsible for them. The wisdom instilled by each character into the fabric of the story make it a uniquely special, memorable and favorable Christian book.
The book is truly engaging, and it will surprise you by how quickly you begin to care deeply about these characters and their lives. The book can be read as a stand-alone, though it is the third in its series. After reading this, you will want to read the previous two books to get a fuller, more complete picture of the characters and their personalities.
If you like romance in your stories, The Sea Keepers Daughters has a nice dose of it. While not an overpowering aspect to the story, the romance aspect takes on a layer that is enough to keep you interested, but not enough to overpower the narrative. While it all depends on the genre and writing style that you like individually, you can find something redeeming, beautiful, inspiring and heartwarming in this story.
The Sea Keepers Daughters is a real page turner that makes you care deeply about the characters, which is a sign of great writing. The best Christian books inspire a sense of empathy, belonging and beauty in your heart. Enlightening, lovely, sweet and with enough depth to keep you reading on and on.
The book has historical elements thrown in that keep it tethered to the real world. While this is a Christian book review, history keeps a story rooted in real life. You wonder if this story truly happened somewhere, and the beauty of good fiction is that you never know, or at least, you accept the possibility that it is a real story. While the book started out a little bit slow, it could also been a bit longer because after being so immersed in Whitney’s story, you don’t want it to end.
Enlightening, inspiring, heartwarming read
Rich and unique characters
Elements of romance, fantasy, history
Aspects of family and love
Immersive and hard to stop reading
Started out a little bit slow