Thursday, May 26, 2016

Review of the book Dawn at Emberwilde by Sarah Ladd

This book was about a young adult named Isabel and her sister Lizzie who end up going to live with their aunt and to try to find a suitable suitor for Isabel. Isabel ends up falling in love with someone other than who her aunts want her to be with. I thought this book was going to be promising but it ended up being really boring and took almost 2 weeks to finish it. I could barely keep reading it. This was my first time reading this book from this author so I am not sure if I will read another one by her. I liked the little sister Lizzie who learned how to ride a horse, learn to read from the bible and other great things. She is a kid who I enjoyed reading it about in the book. I think the moral of the story is to only marry someone who you love and not compromise who you are to please other people. And don't try to change you who are for other people as well. Just be yourself and the right person will like you for who you are and are not impressed with someone you are trying to be. I also learned that wealth does not make you happy if you are trying to be someone you are not. That sometimes just being yourself and normal and living your life normally and for you is the best policy. All in all it was an okay book but would probably not recommend it to anyone I know.

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