I loved this book because of who she was, even as a little girl, Danielle had strength and courage. She fought demons that she didn't even know existed. All for the love and admiration she had for her father. I respected her even at the age of six. Also in reading what this little girl was like as a child, then a teenager, then a young adult, there was something about her that reminded me of me, I had a strange kinship I felt with her. I know that sounds weird, especially because it's just a book, but what can I say, I did.
Anyhow, I would definitely recommend this book, and I am very pleased to announce that I have definitely become and avid follower of Danielle Trussoni's works, I just wish she would write her sequels faster :)
Posted by Danielle at 9:56 PM