Twelfth Child Reviews

J. Heather Leigh had the following to say:

I really enjoyed this book. The author writes in a comfortable manner that endears you to the main character immediately. The story is intense and as you are drawn in, it’s easy to feel the emotions of the situation. I was mildly disappointed at the ending, but at the same time, I agree with the author’s decision to resolve things the way she did. She was true to her characters to the very end.

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Stephanie at Layered Pages says:

The Twelfth Child is the second book I have read by Bette Crosby. Her unqiue style of writing is timeless and her character building is inspiring. I admired the protagonist Abigial and her resilience to life and situation. She is a character of strength and courage, we can all learn a lesson from.

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Elizabeth at Silver’s Reviews says:

I can’t praise this book and the author enough…Ms. Crosby is amazing.  Her writing is smooth, detailed, interesting, and it pulls you right into the story with believable characters and a wonderful flowing storyline.  I couldn’t put this book down and was sad when it ended.

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Beth from Beth Art From the Heart says:

The characters are unforgettable, the story undeniable.   Relationships and non-relationships, proving that the best of intentions if left undone, are nothing but an unprovable intent.    The story of Abigail Anne Lannigan and the lessons learned throughout her life will forever be etched in my heart and soul.   The book was just that good!

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Andi from Andi’s Book Reviews has the following to say about Twelfth Child:

This book was a throwback to great southern literature, which actually sets out to tell a real life story. The relationship between Abigail and Destiny is completely plausible, as it has happened to many friends. The love between the two of them is something beautiful that all people should experience at least once with someone in their lives. The trouble Destiny gets herself into may not be common, but it also happens.

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