Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Book Review: Sam's Story: Book Three

Title Sam's Story: Book Three
Series Sklyar Trilogy, book three
Author Amy D. Crusan-Kramer
Release Date April 28, 2014

Book Three opens with Sam struggling to adjust to a new life in a new city. She is grieving the loss of her friends, while tentatively exploring a new relationship with the Vice President of the United States. Not quite a year into this new life, Sam finds herself back in Atlanta, once again trying to heal. Complications arise as she works to repair relationships with the people she loves most.

After her successful reentry into her life in Atlanta, Sam discovers a love stronger than any romantic love she'd ever experienced: the love of a mother for her child. But after one more devastating loss, she ponders the wisdom of ever letting herself love or be loved again.

Reviews for the previous books: one and two.

This entire trilogy has been an emotional roller coaster. I laughed, I cried, I felt my heart breaking, but in the end, it was put put together. This is one emotional roller coaster that I'm thrilled to say I've experienced. Amy is such a talented author and I'm so glad she contacted me about reading her books.

Sam is such a powerful character. She's been through so many tragedies in her life, but she always comes out stronger. Her determination to have a happy life after all the adversity she's experienced is commendable. Watching Sam grow and mature throughout this series has been wonderful. Sam is definitely one of my favorite characters. As much as I love Sam, I'm also very fond of the other numerous characters. While this is (quite literally) Sam's Story, this story also belongs to all the other people in her life.

This was a wonderful end to the trilogy. I'm so very happy that it ended the way it did. I couldn't have asked for anything better. If you're looking for an epic trilogy of tragedy and triumph, I certainly recommend this one.


5 out of 5 stars

* This book was received from the author in exchange for an honest review. *

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