{A Review} The Girl in the Glass

A while ago I read a book by Susan Meissner and thought it was one of the best Christian fiction books I’d ever read, so I was eager to get my hands on her newest release.  Her new book is The Girl in the Glass that follows the story of a woman named Meg as she takes a long awaited trip to Florence, as well as the life of a Renaissance woman named Nora.  Their two stories are beautifully written, and were a true joy to read.  And to top it off, I wasn’t sure until the last page how the story would end.

Although The Girl in the Glass is similar to Lady in Waiting, they are two different stories that are both thoroughly enjoyable, and I would recommend them both.  So pick up a copy for yourself at Amazon.com, and read the first chapter for free here!

I received this book for free in exchange for writing a book review through the Blogging for Books program at WaterBrook Multnomah.  All opinions are 100% mine.  Don’t forget to rate my review!


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