Walking in Tall Weeds by Robin W. Pearson // Review

My Review: 

A family drama that deals with racism, past wrongs, a struggling marriage, and new beginnings. 

Frederick and Paulette have worked hard to move beyond the mistakes of their forbears to give their only son McKinley every opportunity. But secrets that they are all keeping from each other threaten the delicate threads of their family, as they wonder if they can turn to a new chapter or stay mired in the past. 

A compelling read that explores each of the main characters in detail, unearthing their most painful secrets, as well as their dreams for the future. It was interesting to see how each of their struggles would affect the others, as well as what it would mean for their family. I liked how the characters were each compelling and raw, well crafted and explored.

An emotionally deep read, masterfully woven showing the power of God's love, mercy, and justice. A powerful read, that will not disappoint!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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