Life in Willow Creek came with good and bad for Harriet and Harold Humphries. Harriet ran the local library while recently retired Harold muttered to himself, content to stay at home. How were they to expect that meeting Juliana Sepulveda, an immigrant fleeing the violence of Monte Vista, would change their lives?
First Post: February 23, 2015
First Impressions: Discovering Juliana is a coming-of-age story that will keep the reader enthralled in the personable characters. With dialogue and personalities that are fitting, each one brings a lot to the story. It is easy to empathize with Juliana as she adapts to a life severely different than the violence she’s used to. Like a true “fish in a bowl”, we follow the main character as she picks up the pieces and embarks on the familiar quest to self-discovery.