Everything, Somewhere by David Kummer – Review by Chrissy Spulak

Everything, SomewhereEverything, Somewhere by David Duane Kummer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am very impressed by this author/book. Everything, Somewhere by David Kummer is a page-turner that draws you in from the first page. This book contains situations regarding mental health and hits the nail on the head. The characters jump off the page and the reader cannot help but want to follow their stories until the very end. The rural town, Little Rush, sits on the Ohio River and is one of the book’s most compelling characters because it could be any town, anywhere. Add in Bruce Michaels from Hollywood and high school senior Hudson, and it’s a formula for intrigue and revelations. The story is consistently relatable, for the situations and struggles they come up against are that which anyone could experience. The author has a way of weaving the characters’ stories together and creating such a riveting tale. I recommend this book with 5 stars, and look forward to reading more from this author.

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