Heather by John Talisker (Book Review #283)

Heather is a woman’s fiction novel written about a beautiful girl that sees the world from a whole different perspective. Besides the fact that she can speak to her father who has passed away, she also sees people in color. The colors are some sort of an aura around individuals she meets. Heather has a higher understanding. Her aunt has a significant role in her life. There are many secrets and somewhat betrayals that take place. This causes some twists and turns within the content of the storyline. However, nothing beats the beautiful personality and dynamic character, Heather possesses.

From the start, it was obvious that the author has spent a considerable amount of time emphasizing the details of the story. This, in my opinion, created exceptionally good literature. Heather’s personality, her charisma, patience, understanding, and endurance are written very well.

The pace of the story is steady, and the side characters play a decent role, contributing to the plot of the book. This was most satisfying to me since, many cast side characters as fillers. What I also really enjoyed about this book was the fact that the story grows with you and you grow with the story. I highly recommend this book.

This review was kindly requested by John Talisker.

Written by Jeyran Main

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