The Sound of Rain by Sarah Loudin Thomas

Reviewed by Martha Artyomenko



My Review:

The story is one that warms your heart and has little surprises along the way. I didn’t really expect some of the little twists that the story had, but it ended with little surprises.

A fun historical mixed with the taste of a contemporary novel, I found a learned a bit. This author does a great job of bringing you into a somewhat unique story and making you care.

The history of coal mining in the Appalachia, plus just the flavor of the era and people make you enjoy the simplicity of it, as well as being caught between two worlds as the young people in the story are.
The book was provided to my by Bethany House and NetGalley. The opinions contained herein are my own.
You can purchase your own copy from Amazon. “Sound of Rain”





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2 responses to “The Sound of Rain by Sarah Loudin Thomas

  1. Rebecca Maney

    I have this one in my Amazon cart. Since I grew up in the Appalachia mountains and have visited the Myrtle Beach area numerous times, the setting itself is a draw.


  2. This sounds really good! Reminds me of Christy.


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