The House at 758 by Kathryn Berla – Review by Jenni Bishop

The House at 758The House at 758 by Kathryn Berla
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The House at 758 by Kathryn Berla is a story about a young girl Krista who has been struggling with living since the death of her mother. As anyone knows dealing with grief is hard to deal with at any time but being a teenager and struggling to know who you are on top of that is a double whammy.

Everyone seems to have moved on but Krista doesn’t know how and the one person in her life who is supposed to understand her is the one person she no longer knows how to communicate with. She finds herself with an obsession she can seem to get past, one that could see her land in hot water. When her grandpa comes to visit she starts to see things in a different light. Learning to reconnect with him is helping her reconnect to life.

It’s a quick and easy read. It is about second chances and finally find that inner peace that allows you to move on.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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