Book Review: Greater Than the Still by Sarah Dayan

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Juliette Laredo never meant to leave an impression on anyone, but in a city of constantly intertwining lives, her impact is greater than she knows. On the brink of deciding to return to a stable career as a mental health counselor or follow her passion as a pastry chef, Juliette’s worries surface when she is faced with a life changing opportunity. (Goodreads)

Greater Than the Still is about Juliette Laredo through others perspective. How her presence left mark to these stranger’s life. Even her smallest action mean so much for someone else. As we read through the book, we will find out a snippets how Juliette’s life was like. Until in the end, we’ll know the reason behind her sudden change of career. Greater Than the Still is the story about love, losing hope, and finding happiness. Even though I can’t relate to Juliette’s character, I’m quite enjoy this book.

Rate: 3 out of 5 stars. I would recommend this to everyone who wants to know more about the real New Yorkers πŸ˜‰

Thank you to Sarah Dayan who sent me the advance copy of this book. This book is published on July 1st 2014 and aailable on Amazon. Don’t forget to grab your copy!

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