Though a plethora of personal life issues had me running wayyyyy behind in finishing the 3rd book in my Destiny historical fiction trilogy, I was still able to zip a few advance copies out to some reviewers. I am beyond humbled at the unanimously positive responses. Five Stars are landing across the board for “Destiny of Daring: Never Forget” ahead of the November 1st release. Here’s a bit from Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews. (I added a couple of her comments to the book’s cover.)
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I am a big fan of Cathy Burnham Martin and this trilogy. I couldn’t wait to read the last iteration, hoping it could be more. This author has a grand imagination, and talent for showing the story. I recommend reading the book from the beginning, including the Dedication, Foreword, and the list of characters. I also hope that you have read the first two books in this trilogy, although they can be read standalone. The reader will get the full picture of the family dynamic and the Armenian culture. I know I learned a lot. Meet the Gulumian Family. Cassie is the granddaughter of Hrant and Marjorie, and she has a gift. There are horrors in their past, how Armenians were treated in their own homeland, and suddenly, without having given her details to the tortures, Cassie dreams of her family’s past, and tells them the stories. Cassie shares stories of Armenians by writing their story, and some would have never known about their family lives had she not written their stories. And that’s just the beginning of this magnificently written historical tale, with all the hints of truth. The story is endearing and heartbreaking. An embraceable story. An emotional rollercoaster. Un-put-downable! What an inspirational title. Bring the tissues, and don’t put it down until the end. Destiny of Daring is a definite recommendation by Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews. Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews recommends that anyone who reads this book also write a review.