Wednesday, July 26, 2017
On My Nightstand - Come to the Table by Neta Jackson
Come to the Table is the second book in Neta Jackson's new SouledOut Sisters series. She introduces new characters to the cast from her previous books.
Kathryn "Kat" Davies and her friend, Nick, are the focus of this book. Both get involved in SouledOut Community Church. Nick is doing his internship as a pastor, while Kat desires to feed the hungry.
I always enjoy Neta's characters. They're so realistic you almost want to visit their Chicago neighborhood and pop in for a cup of tea and a friendly chat. The love story adds a sweet touch to their growth as believers.
Five stars for Come to the Table. If you like character-driven novels, you'll love all her books.
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher paid for a favorable review. All opinions are mine and mine alone.
Writers: How do you make your characters unique and interesting?
Readers: Do you like books with a large cast of characters or do you find it confusing? Please share.
Posted by Susan J. Reinhardt at 12:30 AM
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Sometimes I like a large cast of characters if the writer is really good at defining and making them different! Even when two characters have a name that sounds or has the same first letter can cause me a bit of bumpy reading!
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