Review: The Sunflower
The Sunflower by Richard Paul Evans
Admittedly, I only picked up this title on audio because a) it was shorter than most and b) Campbell Scott was the narrator.
(I heart Campbell Scott. I heart Steve Dunne. I heart Campbell's narration and voice.)
However, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this story. Christine's heart is broken, so her best friend tries to help her through the pain by signing them up for a mission to Peru. From there, Christine learns about the jungle, helps orphans, and gets to know an intriquing and attractive doctor.
Evans' description of Peru is wonderful, and I really felt myself transported there. This is just a sweet, sensitive, happy ending type of story - just what I needed.
Note: I listened to the audio version, narrated by Campbell Scott, who rocks my world.
Scribbled by Marissa