BOOK REVIEW: In-Between by Jenny B. Jones
How can a social misfit find a place in a perfect family? That’s what sixteen-year old Katie Parker wants to know when she is taken from the orphanage to live with a pastor’s family in “In Between.”
One character is as quirky as the next in this easy-to-read book, and they grow on you. But in the midst of the eccentricities, real life problems loom and secrets are revealed. Can faith really have an impact on life? And will Katie really be able to survive the antics of her foster grandmother, a former showgirl?
I would recommend this book to anyone with a sense of humor, and to teens especially, because of its witty comments and honest outlook on life.
Check out more Katie Parker books on Jenny B. Jones’ site.