Wynn in Doubt by Emily Hemmer

Wynn in Doubt by Emily Hemmer

Let me start by saying I have never felt more connected to a book than this one. Wynn was stuck in a one bedroom apartment in her hometown with no career, no boyfriend, and was the glue to hold her family together. By an untimely event that happened in her family with a little mysterious newspaper article that Wynn found, she had begun an adventure by taking a chance on finding out more of what happened to her grandmother past. She was not supported by her family which made her more impelling to do it. With a couple of bumps along the way Wynn became more connected to herself, and a couple of other characters throughout the book. She grew up all the way through the book and ended up being more proud of what she accomplished and how strong she became.

When I stated that I have never felt more connected to a book is such an understatement. I have no real career; I’m in my late twenties wanting something more adventurous in life.


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