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Today, I'll be discussing The Canary's Song, Natalie Banks' latest work.
I want to give a huge thanks to the author and publisher for sending me a free review copy in exchange for my honest review. Now, let's get to rating!
The Canary's Song by Natalie Banks
Juliette Bennett’s life was in shambles. Losing her son to a shocking accident had broken her heart, and now, she was on the verge of losing her husband too.
In a last effort to save her marriage, Juliette books a cabin retreat in the mountains of North Carolina.
She thought she had overcome the worst time of her life. Little does she know, the wilderness has something dreadful in store.
Natalie Banks is back with remarkable character development in her latest work, The Canary's Song. This latest book features incredible, authentic representations of motherhood and relationships while also addressing the issues of overcoming hardships, struggling with faith, and healing and forgiveness.
For readers who have struggled with partnerships or parenthood, The Canary's Song will hit very close to home.
While the story felt slow at times, the genuineness of the featured characters made for an unputdownable novel.
The Canary's Song is a quick and short read packed with immense and intense emotion. And while the thriller addict side of me would prefer The Dark Room, there's no doubt that Banks' latest work is a good pick for lovers of contemporary fiction.
If you enjoy emotion packed novels and character-based reads, pick up a copy of The Canary's Song!