Understory by Lisa Lickel (A Book Review)
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Renee's Book Review of Understory:
Intrigue, suspense, mystery, and romance. Darkness and light...evil, good.
This book takes you down a road you don't want to go but can't help but travel. That is, if you're willing to take the step. It addresses the carnage a multitude of -isms reaps on the very fabric of society.
Why would family turn against family? Friend against friend? All in small town America? How can a twisted and dark underbelly exist within a seemingly innocent setting?
Through her tale, Lisa Lickel offers a powerful representation of her title. Deep inside the forest, plants develop on the forest floor. They seek the meager light darting down from the canopy above, and grow twisted and stunted but strong. These plants need little to thrive, much less to survive, and should never be underestimated. They literally appear as if they rise from the dead each year...after brutal winters or dry, exhaustive summers.
So is the evil (and good), Lisa Lickel weaves within her book, Understory. This book is worth the read but needs your attention. I give it five stars.
All books reviewed are either provided for free by the author in exchange for an honest opinion or purchased personally by Renee. Her reviews are not for sale or in exchange for any services or fees.