Read these two companion novels in either order or as stand alones!
I have been waiting for this!! Trulane is the companion novel to Finn Again. It has been some time since I read Finn Again, but as I read Trulane I realized that these books can be read in either order (or even independently, though, not sure why you would!). What I enjoy most about Lynda Meyers writing style is that the emotion and the characters are so relatable. Truly and I have little in common when it comes to backstory, but her voice and her emotions could have been my own. I felt her pain, I knew her pain. I shared her hopes and her joys. And of course, I also fell in love with Finn. It's true of any good book that you don't want it to end, but I was so disappointed to come to the end of this story! I don't like to put out spoilers, so I will just say that there is much more of a story to be told about Finn and Truly.
Lynda has an amazing way of weaving words into an outstanding story. Her words just give life to the tale. I just wanted to keep reading to find out what will happen next. One can understand this story without having read Finn Again first. If this is your introduction to Lynda Meyers, you must go back to read Finn Again (first) then Letters From the Ledge.
Yes! After I was told that Finn Again would be a stand alone and not a series, I was so sad not to know what would happen next. I love these characters! Trulane did not in any way, shape or form dissapoint! Good friends coming back and now we get to know the girl behind it all. Loved it! Maybe a part three one day??
I honestly love these characters so much. I loved Finn from his book (Finn Again) but this one is Truly’s and she is breathtaking. After finishing this I fell more in love with Finn and want to be Truly when I grow up
A word from the author
Lynda Meyers is an award-winning fiction author and blogger whose deep, authentic yet relatable style connects readers back to themselves. Born and raised in New York, Lynda has lived on both coasts as well as in Europe, and now lives and writes in the Pacific Northwest.