Book Review: Life After
Life After By Katie Ganshert
I have been into biographies, cooking books, and crafts books lately. However, recently I deferred for my regularly schedule literary choices to read a Christian fiction novel by Katie Ganshert. She is an award-winning author. She has written several other Christian fiction books. However, this book, Life After, was the first book I have read that she wrote.
The novel, Life After by Katie Ganshert, was a good read. It was a story that takes place after a tragedy. The way it was written takes you through two different individuals process of dealing with the fall out of the same event. It is a worthwhile read, and it is one to add to your list if you enjoy fiction romance novels. The characters of the book feel realistic; it felt like I was reading the story of someone I could have known.
I alway find the story behind the story interesting. A real event inspired this novel. The idea for it came from a story of a lone survivor of a horrible plane crash. Even though this story was fiction, the story was constructed in such a relatable way to dealing with grief. Although this novel was not my traditional genre of choice, I did enjoy it.
Thanks to WaterBrook & Multnomah for allowing me to be a part of the Launch team for this book. I am gald I got a chance to read this book before it released.
About Katie Ganshert
KATIE GANSHERT is the author of several novels and works of short fiction, including the Christy Award-winning A Broken Kind of Beautiful and Carol Award-winner, The Art of Losing Yourself. Katie lives in eastern Iowa with her family.
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