Book Review: Sweet Sorrow by Tricia Drammeh

I was honored to see this thoughtful and unexpected review by Christy Birmingham.

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Young Adult Fiction Book Cover Sweet Sorrow by Tricia Drammeh

Sometimes a book comes across your path that challenges you in a way you never saw coming. Such was the case with the young adult novel Sweet Sorrow by Tricia Drammeh. Let me explain what I mean in my latest book review.

The main character is a teenage girl named Rowan who loves to act and gets the role as Juliet in her high school’s production of Romeo and Juliet. When Eddie, the ex-football player she is crushing on, gets the part of Romeo, she tries to keep her cool, only it’s not so easy to do, especially with the dark secret she has in her past. She also has many

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