Happy Monday, friends!
Hope you had a very bookish weekend. I’m kicking of the blogging week with a book review of K.E. Ganshert’s The Fabrication of Eden Pruitt. It’s book one in her new series, The Eden Pruitt. You don’t want to miss this ya fantasy/sci-fi/romance!
About the Book
Studious and principled Eden Pruitt stepped out of line just once. Unfortunately, that reckless decision ended with an arrest, a mug shot, and two very concerned parents. Now they’re starting over. In Iowa, of all places. On the cusp of her senior year, of all times. The situation is less than ideal but she’ll just have to manage, and without complaint. The change of address was her fault after all, and she isn’t going to make anything harder on her parents, who have already been through enough.
But life in Iowa turns strange fast. Odd things are happening, and Eden has no idea what any of it means. Then she comes home from her first day of school to a ransacked house and the nightmare officially begins. Her parents are missing. She’s convinced something terrible has happened to them. But nobody believes her. Except for a hardened, mysterious stranger who is as dangerous as he is enticing.
Amazing! This book was absolutely amazing, but it’s not surprise because K.E. Ganshert has a way of sucking you right into the story and keeping your interest until “the end.”
The only bad thing in this book was that it ended. I’m still sad it’s over and I read this about a month ago. Yet the characters are still fresh on my mind and my eagerness to read book 2 hasn’t left me.
The more I learned about Eden Pruitt, the more I wanted to know. The more I knew, the more I wondered how the story ends.
Fortunately, book two comes out this year and we won’t have to wait a year in between. I’ll probably reread before the second book releases because it’s that good.
*I received a complimentary copy from the publisher. My review was not required nor influenced.
About the Author
Award-winning author, Katie Ganshert, graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Madison with a degree in education, and worked as a fifth grade teacher for several years before staying home to write full-time. She was born and raised in the Midwest, where she lives with her family. When she’s not busy penning novels or spending time with her people, she enjoys drinking coffee with friends, reading great literature, and eating copious amounts of dark chocolate. You can learn more about Katie and her books by visiting her website or author Facebook page.