Book Review: The Kindest Lie

5 stars

Genre: Contemporary fiction/women’s fiction

The Kindest Lie

Cover of The Kindest Lie by Nancy Johnson

I really appreciated this book by Nancy Johnson, which is a story about motherhood, secrets, and more. It was fascinating to see the plot take shape through the dual perspectives of Ruth and Midnight. Having the different points of view really allows for a deeper take on things.

I’m grateful for this entertaining journey of one woman’s discovery of her past—and herself. There are a lot of key points about race and class in this novel, which made me pause and ponder.

A great book with distinctive characters that promotes reflection about society and ourselves. 

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