The Gritty Truth by Melissa Foster Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Rating: 5 Second Chances

Thoughts on Plot: I enjoyed this book a lot more than I thought I would. The book is filled with hope and inspiration. We have one character who escaped life by getting addicted to drugs. He got clean and two years later runs a group to help others stay clean as well. He falls for a girl who’s whole dream was ruined due to one accident. It’s a beautiful story and I couldn’t help but fall in love with the story and the characters.

Thoughts on Characters: I’m horrible with remembering names. However, I’ll do the best I can here. Quincy is a recovering addict who does everything he can to keep himself clean and take care of those he cares about. Then we have Roni who is an amazingly talented dancer that got into a bad accident that cost her her entire career. Both of them are amazing characters. I also really adored their best friends. They really helped the two through everything as best friends should.

Notable Points in Book: This is book 7 in a series, but can be read alone. This book discusses drug addiction and all of the violence that goes along with it.

Rating on Narrator: Jennifer Mack- 5 Stars, Jacob Morgan- 5 Stars

Thoughts on Audiobook: This audio really enhanced the book for me. I loved that they were so lively and energetic with the whole story.

Suggestions for Author: None that I can think of.

Would I Recommend?: Yes. Especially to those who think they aren’t enough because of their past.

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