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  • Dominated by her controlling, manipulative mother, she struggles to find and establish her individuality, to be her own self

    • by Lorianna
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      I discovered this novel by accident, browsing the Internet and checking out new Christian chick-lit titles. Well, “Savannah from Savannah” by Denise Hildreth is not really new; the book has been released

      in 2004, and I am surprised I haven’t heard of it earlier.

      The story of Savannah, a Southern young woman named after the town she’s born in, is gripping, touching, and easy to relate to.

      Dominated by her controlling, manipulative mother, she struggles to find and establish her individuality, to be her own self.

      This includes giving up on a very tempting publishing offer ...


      • Savannah from Savannah by Denise Hildreth
      that would have launched her writing career… I always root for characters like that.

      The book is written in the first person, so we see the events through the heroine’s eyes.

      Savannah

      possesses a sharp sense of humor, which provides quite a few laughs and makes the book a quick, easy read.

      However, it is not pure entertainment; the novel has plenty of thoughtful, serious moments as well.




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