Book Review: Saintsville by Brittani Louise Taylor

Saintsville; This was a book I have been waiting for since March of this year. This month I was finally able to get my copy of the book and let me just say, it. was. AMAZING! This book had come out better than I had expected. It’s different from other books that I have read in the past but I still managed to enjoy the entire book. So here are somethings I enjoyed about the book.

The author: Brittani Louise Taylor is a YouTuber I often watch. She’s a very wonderful person despite going through a dark moment in her life, she continued to stay positive and loving towards others and coped by making a book called “A Sucky Love Story: Overcoming Unhappily Ever After.” Saintsville is her second book and it shows her creativity and shows that she really put in so much effort towards the book and that is very admirable.

Addictiveness: I had planned to read Saintsville in two days so that I could have something to do during that span of time; instead I finished that book within five hours due to me wanting to know what was next. Was there going to be more fighting, more heart ache, or more secrets? “Well, time to keep on reading!” was my mentality at the time.

Novelty: Saintsville does have some of the topical romantic teen portions within it, however, it doesn’t follow a typical path of what could be going after the main characters, Eve and Maggie Abbotts. It doesn’t contain things like demons, vampires, etc like most books would. It did have a lot of plot twists I wasn’t expecting which ties back to reading the book within five hours instead of two days. I won’t spoil it for you all in case you’d like to read it yourselves.

Front Cover of Saintsville

I’d recommend this book to USG’s Community book club as this book is amazing to read and can be a conversation starter for those who’ve finished the book. If you’re interested in the book, it’s available on Amazon, Audible, and Barnes&Noble. If you have questions, concerns, or suggestions, let me know and I’ll get back to you when I can! Hope you all enjoyed this blog. Go on and show Brittani some loving and I’ll see you all in the next blog!!

Saintsville on Amazon

Sainstville on Audible

Saintville on Barnes & Noble

Back cover of Saintsville
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1 Response to Book Review: Saintsville by Brittani Louise Taylor

  1. Sonja Locklear says:

    I have been reading Saintsville and it just ended. My book I believe is missing the last chapters. Please let me know how many chapters and pages should this book have. My book has 230 pages ,38 chapters. I am so frustrated!!! I need to know what happens

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