Two Truths by Dana Carver – Blog Tour

Today I am so excited to be reviewing Two Truths by Dana Carver. Thank you to Zoe-Lee from https://zooloosbookdiary.co.uk/zooloos-blog-tours for organising this tour and to Dana Carver for a copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

Synopsis

After the mysterious death of her husband, Renee Morgan is determined to protect her three daughters, forcing her to face a history she has spent a lifetime avoiding.

Groomed by her father to join the most elite of secret societies, Brett knows she is destined for something great. But her ambition demands a high price.

Sara is ready to avenge her father at any cost. When she finds herself swept up in conspiracies and family secrets, her search for answers uncovers a primeval power.

Hadley watched her father die and now he won’t leave her alone. Guided by his ghost, she begins to experience memories of past lives.

As the journeys of Renee, Brett, Sara and Hadley converge, two Truths are revealed that change everything they knew about themselves and the world they live in.

Amazon UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Two-Truths-Some-things-avoid-ebook/dp/B08L1G6PCS/

Amazon US – https://www.amazon.com/Two-Truths-Some-things-avoid-ebook/dp/B08L1G6PCS/

My Thoughts

Two Truths is an intriguing and compelling novel with a Dan Brown vibe and a whole lot of family.  It’s unique and clever storytelling is unlike anything I’ve ever read before.  It has a fantasy aspect but written with a realistic approach and it is woven through the ‘quests’ of three sisters to find out who murdered their father after he moved the family to New Zealand.

For a plot that has such a complex and deep idea it is a fairly easy book to read and follow.  It’s impossible not to get lost in the lives of the 3 sisters and the different paths they take to find out what happened to their father.  They join a journey of religion, secret societies, powerful love and The Order and it all culminates into a brilliant and intricately woven tale of self-discovery.  Of course there are plenty of twists on the way.

I love how each sister had their own strong voice and the multi narration allows the reader to gain an insight into each one.  As in many families, there are various dynamics and these are well explored and written about.  Most people with siblings can completely relate to the emotions and motivations of the sisters to some extent and will probably be drawn to at least one as a kindred spirit.    

A very clever and well-developed plot with intricately drawn characters and an accurate reflection on family dynamics.  Highly recommended.

Author Bio – Dana Carver

Dana C Carver was born in 1972 in Columbus, Ohio. She wrote her first book at seven years old and won the school’s “super writer” award, and has been writing ever since.

She has a degree in psychology with a minor in creative writing from the University of Cincinnati, and did her post-graduate studies in physiology at Portland State University.

Currently she works as a program manager and coach, helping organizations to implement and evaluate change initiatives. She is the Chair of the Good Programmes Trust, home of the award winning GoodYarn program, which has seen nearly 7000 people educated in mental health and wellness.

Previously, she owned her own coaching and training studio, which operated for over a decade serving nearly 400 clients.

She now lives on a Dairy farm in the South Island of New Zealand with her husband, Tony, and is blessed with three step-children, a foster-daughter and two grand-daughters

Follow her  at:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DanaCCarverAuthor 
Website : www.danaccarver.com

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