Book Review: Hannah's Moon
Sunday, April 9, 2017
Author: John Heldt
Summary from Goodreads:
After struggling for years to have a child, Claire Rasmussen, 34, turns to adoption, only to find new obstacles on the path to motherhood. Then she gets an unlikely phone call and soon learns that a distant uncle possesses the secrets of time travel.
Within weeks, Claire, husband Ron, and brother David find themselves on a train to Tennessee and 1945, where adoptable infants are plentiful and red tape is short. For a time, they find what they seek. Then a beautiful stranger enters their lives, the Navy calls, and a simple, straightforward mission becomes a race for survival.
Filled with suspense, romance, and heartbreak, HANNAH’S MOON, the epic conclusion of the American Journey series, follows the lives of four spirited adults as they confront danger, choices, and change in the tense final months of World War II.
I am excited to be here today to bring you another book review from John Heldt. This is 5th book in the American Journey Series. Those of you who have been here before maybe remember some of the prior reviews of books in this series. These books are about time travel and I enjoy them very much.
This book has a little bit of something for everyone. There is alot of moving parts to the book, but it is sure to please alot of different people based on the variety of things going on in the story. If you enjoy a romance, history, or a bit of a thriller this may be the book for you.
I enjoyed this book and I am glad that I had the opportunity to read it.
Disclaimer: I was awarded this book from the author. Though I did not pay for the book, the opinions are strictly my own.