All Things Hidden by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse, a historical fiction book, was an interesting read. I enjoyed learning a bit about the Matanuska Project through this story. I liked the historical facts interwoven into the story since I knew nothing about the Matanuska Project before. The story for me was slow-starting but it did pick up a bit further in. I liked Gwyn, the main character, partly because I can identify with her inclination to worry. I appreciated Nasnana's words of wisdom about that topic and other issues that came up within the story. There was a twist in this book that I did not expect and did not like but I can see how it may have been necessary to the storyline. Overall I felt it was a pretty good book. Because of the twist I am not sure if I would ever want to re-read it or not.
I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.