Reviews by Cindy Chen
On 8/11 Cindy Chen wrote: This wasn't the most captivating or riveting book I've ever picked up, but it was an above average read. I would say that Mirror Images had an okay female lead--not easy to identify with, but not really dislikable either. It has an above average plotline--it definitely grabbed my attention from the start--but ... Not the best--but worth giving a shot
On 7/23 Cindy Chen wrote: I Hope You Dance an extremely short and quick read–I finished it in less than an hour. Though I have to say that I really wanted to get this book over with. I have never felt so eager to close a book, and it made me guilty to think about it this way because I personally understand what authors go through ... Not enjoyable
On 7/20 Cindy Chen wrote: A Pretty Age by Barbara Mueller is about two young women, Sophiny and Antoinette, at a convent boarding school in Concord, Kansas. When a missionary visitor comes to visit the school, a series of things happen that turn their lives upside down. I do enjoy reading historical fiction, but I have to say ... Not for me
On 1/6 Cindy Chen wrote: I absolutely adored the author’s writing style and language. Parrish is a very talented writer, and it is evident in her use of words. I didn’t think I would be able to sympathize or connect with a girl who bakes bread, but through her characterization, Parrish was able to make each character: Liesl, ... Nice Read!