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House of stone by rene d schutlz my review for this fab book

on August 31, 2014

House of stone by Rene d Schultz
THE BLURB

HOUSE OF STONE is a ‘standalone’ sequel to BISHOP STREET— That takes the past and present, and it is interwoven into another powerful story. 

“The test of life is not meant to break you, but to make you stronger…” Four powerful childhood friendships become twisted with lies and deceit after they leave Bishop Street Orphanage. Twenty years later, the four orphans are back together. Maggie is a best-selling author that lives in Los Angeles. Elizabeth, is a farmer’s wife with five children, and they live in North Bend, North Dakota. Randolph the billionaire, is a wandering nomad who has never put down roots. Lucy is finally clean and sober, and raising her daughter, after twenty years of living on the streets. 

Challenging themselves to let go of the past, and still fused together by the immeasurable power of friendship, they will never let anything get in their way again. Not the tests of courage and willingness to change; or the devastating flood that hits North Bend, threatening to destroy the town; and not the love and happiness they find, unexpectedly. Suddenly, their lives will all change forever, when Maggie is visiting an orphanage in Honduras and the big earthquake hits. Will they find her in time, or will their worst fears turn into reality? 

“Author Rene D. Schultz has done it once again! She has created a story so rich with love, loss, friendship and hope that it feels like I am a part of the story.” ~Stephenee Carsten 

“You can read it as a standalone book, or I would tell you to read Bishop Street where the story begins.” 
~AJ Book review club 

Rene Schultz is a master storyteller. With a compassionate touch, Ms. Schultz also weaves in social issues and their aftermath, including homelessness, addiction, and abandoned children. ~Jada Ryker 

This author brings out emotions in me that aren’t easily displayed. There were times when I was biting my nails; times when I was crying buckets; and times when I was scared. Each character has now got a place in my heart, as this lovely unique author, Rene D. Schultz. ~Sue Ward-2-Friends / UK reviewer 

WHAT I SAY

What can I say about – House of Stone? Another gem of a book! I loved it! It will pull at your heart strings, and you will need a tissue. You can read it as a standalone book, or I would tell you to read Bishop Street where the story begins. Bishop Street will let you understand the love, the bond, and the strong connection they all shared, as soon as you read the first page. I was hooked, and I got pulled into the story. I could feel all the pain, the heartache, the love, the humour, and the strong bond they felt for each other. 
House of Stone has a flood and earthquakes, and it will threaten their further. This story test them and shows their strengths and how they cope; together. It’s so well written, and it really is a book you cannot put it down, as with all of Rene’s books. Rene’s passion for writing shines down on her characters and makes them jump out of the page at you! You become one of them! Her style just flows along, and you just flow with it, wanting to hear more and more. From the first page to the last you will not be able to put it down. I really recommend you enjoy another one of her gems! Thank you Rene for letting me read this wonderful book. Amandajayne at ajbookreviewclub.wordpress.com check out my blog to see how you could win a copy of this e book

TO WIN A COPY OF THIS A E BOOK ALL YOU GOT TO DO IS READ BISHOP STREET WRITE A REVIEW FOR IT POST ME THE LINK TO YOUR REVIEW ON HERE OR MY FACEBOOK PAGE aj book review club  OR MY TWITTER IS @ajcraftybox   ON THE 8TH OF SEPT RENE WILL PICK A WINNER
A GEM OF A BOOK  I LOVED IT
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