Everything is perfect in Tara and Peter Miller’s Household they have 3 beautiful children and a wonderful home. That is until tragedy strikes that will change the lives of all of them forever and their daughter must continue to survive through all the tragedy. After creating a new person separate from her family she begins to discover that the world outside her family isn’t much kinder. Samantha meets Timothy who like her seems to come from a perfect and kind family but he is invisible to them and has a voice that is never heard. Restored Hope follows these two people on their journey through life and the challenges that face them.
From the first page I absolutely loved this book. The characters are so vibrant that I felt I was standing in the same room as them watching the story unfold in front of my eyes. I always think that this is a key to a great book.
Throughout this book I was thinking to myself how would I survive if tragedy hit my family like this. Would I retreat into myself and begin to ignore the world around me or would I keep hope that I would come through this a stronger person. I eventually realised that in this situation you can never know how you are going to react until you are faced with it.
All the way through this book I was cheering for Samantha not to give up hope and keep pushing through life as eventually you will find someone that will stick with you through thick and thin.
This book I feel will show everyone who reads it that no matter what life throws at you, you should never give up hope because one day you will find the person that will help you make sense of life again.
I received this book for free by the author and all opinions given are my own based by my reading of the novel.