Remember Me: a novella by Sharon Garlough Brown {Book Review}

This little book was a fun surprise in the mail! Set during the leadup to lent and the Easter season, Remember Me by Sharon Garlough Brown is a short sequel or sister story to Shades of Light (Click for my thoughts). In Shades of Light the main character, Wren Crawford, was dealing with major loss, mental health challenges, and learning to support herself in life. In this story we are invited into the story of Wren’s aunt, Katherine Rhodes’, as she as she lives alongside Wren and processes her own past story and learns to help people by telling her own story.

I love the way the author uses letters and art to allow her characters to open up and allow the reader a deeply felt entrance to each character’s story. At first I was confused by the glossy, magazine-like pages, but at the end of this lovely book is a Journey to the Cross series of devotions complete with original art. Such a gift. This delves deep into religion, grief, mental health, the power of art the power of telling your own story. Really beautiful book.

{Thanks to IVPress for this free review copy. All opinions are my own. This post contains Amazon affiliate links.}

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