A delightful and heartwarming tale of overcoming adversity, both external and internal, and discovery of oneself. Rhiannon's experiences, both good and bad, have both shaped and revealed the person she is.
The relationships Rhiannon develops and cultivates illustrate well the importance of family, friends, and even people only briefly encountered, how important it is to have a sense of belonging, even if it be only with a few people close to us. The book is not preachy but rather illustrates this in a very natural and unfolding way.
The main character has a very personable feel, likable from the very start. As I read, she became more and more familiar until, at last, I felt like I had made a friend. Being able to relate to the characters, particularly Rhiannon, made Rhiannon's Tale an excellent read and hard to put down.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who is up for an exhilarating yet thought provoking book.
(review of free book)