Sky Beneath My Feet is the story of Beth and what happens to her when her husband shuts himself off in a shed to talk to God for a month.
This is not a bad book, but I don’t feel like I could give it more than three stars. It seems to meander in the first part of the book and I felt as though I would never reach the story’s climax. It finally picked up pace about halfway through, but not enough to make-up for the slow start.
I also felt the character development lacked a bit. I enjoyed Beth, but never felt a connection with her. I never felt she got under my skin the way other characters have and so I had a harder time relating to her situation. I also found myself enjoying the book’s min-plots better than its main plot. I really enjoyed how Greg’s character was presented.
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