I quickly became a fan of Ginny Yttrup’s writing style after reading her story, Home, in 2017. Even though I’m not usually a fan of present tense writing, I loved how Ms. Yttrup mastered it! The story stayed with me, so I really looked forward to reading her new book.
Ms. Yttrup’s writer’s voice in Convergence feels so much different than her previous writing. This book is heavier on suspense, and deals with topics of stalking, PTSD, and fear. The first pages pulled me in, and I connected with Dani and sympathized with her. I liked her friend, and the spiritual vein throughout the story kept me reading.
Although the story drew me in quickly, I was never fully immersed in the story. I don’t normally read psychological thrillers, so that’s probably part of it, but also because, in the back of my mind, I kept thinking about how I enjoyed Home so much more.
Author: Ginny Yttrup
Publisher: Shiloh Run Press
First Line (Chapter One): I inhale, filling my lungs with cold air.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.