Book Review: Mother’s Day by John Isaac Jones

Posted October 28, 2017 by lomeraniel in Audiobooks, Fiction, Historical, Review / 0 Comments

Book Review: Mother’s Day by John Isaac JonesMother's Day by John Isaac Jones
Narrator: Eva R. Marienchild
Published by John Isaac Jones on 09-14-17
Genres: Fiction, Historical
Length: 13 mins
Format: Audiobook
Source: Author
Buy on Amazon/Audible
Overal Rating: four-stars

It was Mother’s Day and Robert Allman tried to prepare for the occasion. Tradition held that, when worshippers attended church on Mother’s Day, those whose mothers were alive wore red roses. Those whose mother’s were passed—like Robert—would wear a white rose. However, after he could only find a red rose to wear, he never dreamed—not in a million years—what was in store for him.

A family goes to church by mother’s day but they stop in their way to buy a rose for each one. A red rose means their mother is still alive, while a white one means she has passed away. A red rose instead a white one brings a wonderful surprise.

This is a beautiful tale about love and homesickness. The characters are not fully developed but the way they are pictured works well for the story. I think a longer and more elaborate book would have better served the plot, since like it is right now it seems just a draft.

Eva R. Marienchild delivered a very good narration, expressing the right amount of emotion at every time and with a different voice for each character. It helped to bring the characters to life and improve the story.

I received a copy of this book in audio format from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Story (Plot)
Overall: four-stars