Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Broken Mirrors, a Sweet Novel about Setting the Right Example

Do you want a sweet novel with a good message for personal character development? Broken Mirrors is exactly that! Read about how four diverse families come together and how each reacts to a situation. 

Broken Mirrors
Judging the Book by its Cover -  a first glance review:

The title of this book is great, because it is referring to twins that are no longer the reflection of each other. It is also about looking at oneself in the mirror and seeing how you appear in the situation, which might be different than you'd like to appear.

Some Details I Liked:

I liked how the author developed the characters' thoughts to describe their inner struggles. 
There were also subtle hints to how the righteous get their way and cheaters never prosper.

Who This Book is For:

This book is more a girly book. It is well written, so that a younger reader can enjoy it and an older reader will truly appreciate it. 

Who This Book Isn’t For:  

This book is not for those looking for academic reading. It is a true novel in the sense that it is made up and has a happy ending. It does mention President Kennedy's death and how it was shocking, so it has a bit of historical fact mixed in.

What I Didn’t Like/Would Have Made it Better: 

It seemed to me that the characters in the adoption agency were not developed to the same point as the more main characters in the story. It was hard to know if they were Jewish or not, young or old, etc.

In Conclusion:  

This is a very nice read. Enjoyable and satisfying!


I received this book for the purpose of reviewing it, but that it no way changed the way I read it and reviewed it.