Night Road

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Night Road depicts the outstanding literary skills of Kristin Hannah in an entirely new way. She is brilliant, catchy and engaging with the storyline of this novel. On top of that, Kathleen McInerney did her best in giving the narration of this beautiful contemporary fiction novel.

It was for as good as 18 years, for which Jude Farraday has put the needs of her children above her own and that actually shows. Mia and Zach, her twins are impressive and happy teenagers. When Lexy Baill came to live in their loving community, then Jude was the more welcoming of all. Lexi had a dark past and was a former foster kid. He took no time in becoming the closest buddy of Mia. Then after sometime, Zach fell in love with Lexi and soon, all three became inseparable.

Jude ensured to do every possible thing in order to keep her children on the right track for college and to keep them safe from any harm. It was always easy for Jude to maintain this, but everything changed during the high school’s senior year. Nothing seemed to be safe anymore. She gets intensely worried every time when Zach and Mia leaves the house. She come to realize her worst fears on a very hot night. One decision made then would change the entire course of their lives. Farraday family all of a sudden gets torn apart and Lexi is destined to lose almost everything that she has.

Fly Away and The Great Alone are some notable contemporary fiction novels that will make you more aware about the supremacy and talent of Kristin Hannah as a fine literary writer.

 

 



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