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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Letters From Lincoln Bee is a work of fiction in the interpersonal drama, slice of life, and inspirational fiction sub-genres, and was penned by author Thaine Chase. In an enticing novella-length drama with plenty of intrigue, our titular character takes center stage as he re-evaluates the path that he’s on in life. Through reconnecting with those estranged who were once close to him, Lincoln’s direction begins to shift and he starts to put his life back together. But there is still a lingering darkness that threatens to ruin everything, making for an exciting and emotional battle as life takes its ever-unpredictable course around him. What results is a heartfelt interpersonal drama and deep character study.
Author Thaine Chase has crafted a really fascinating slice of life that reads smoothly and quickly, perfect for travel; a short read to immerse yourself in for a while. As one might expect from the genre, the characters are superbly drawn to give plenty of emotional expressions through excellent use of dialogue and descriptive action and interactions. Lincoln is our central focus, and it’s easy to see the intrinsic and extrinsic motivations of the character through the clever use of varied narrative techniques. This results in a beautifully portrayed central figure taking stock of his life choices, and an intriguing tapestry of family drama that will surely hook readers from cover to cover. Overall, I would definitely recommend The Letters From Lincoln Bee to fans of accomplished character-led fiction.