Updated: Mar 13, 2022
This book would of been the kind of book I would of loved to have read as a Kid and I feel so lucky that Netgalley and the publishers provided me with the chance.
There is so much going on in this story so I will keep this short as you really need to read it for yourselves. To start with we have an amazing mother and daughter relationship which is strong, a boarding school run by nuns who break the mould on how a nun should be like, copious amounts of biscuits and lastly a baddie with a grudge.
I loved that the chapters were short and that there were footnotes made the book a quick and very enjoyable read. So much so I have the new book How to Be True on my wishlist. For all these reasons and much much more I have given How To Be Brave 4 stars.