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Review of Stand Alone by Ruth Meyer

This series has been a rollercoaster, and this latest addition is no different. It's been great watching this family of saved sinners as they navigate life- the good, the bad, and the ugly. This novel focused most on Jackson as he graduates and goes off to college, and the people in his sphere of influence, but we don't forget about the rest of the family, and get several chapters from the others as well. I love how Christ-centered and pro-life this series is while still being realistic and gritty. It's what Christian movies try to be, and everyone should read this series.
I received a copy of this book from the author, and the thoughts and opinions are my own.
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