Where the Crawdads Sing (Review)

Where the Crawdads Sing is an emotional story from start to finish. I immediately fell in love with our main character Kya and wanted nothing more than to see her succeed.

I loved just about everything about this story.

First off I loved the way Delia Owens paces the story, jumping between past and present between chapters. It added a lot in terms of building suspense and keeping me engaged even through the slower parts of the story.

Her history as a nature writer is what shines the brightest, however, as the way she paints these environments is beautifully done and had me feeling as if I was walking through the marsh with Kya.

This was a great read and I recommend it to anyone looking to get lost in not only a story but nature itself.

Author: Jacob @ Books and Pixels

Jacob is a blogger with a passion for books and video games. He is a college student studying marketing and hopes to one day turn his passion for writing and marketing into a career. You can find his work here on Books and Pixels as well as the up and coming sports blog The Spark.

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