Check out this review of the book, The Way We Were, by Sinead Moriarty, from guest reviewer Abigail from this post on the My Chestnut Reading Tree blog.
It’s Thursday again and as I’m not around much today (I will let you know what I’ve been up to in the next couple of days!) I am handing over to my guest reviewer author Abigail Osborne today with her review of The Way We Were by Sinead Moriarty. Am I the only one to have Barbara Streisand singing in my head all of a sudden……?
When Alice’s husband Ben dies suddenly, her world falls apart. They shared twenty years and two daughters and life without him is unimaginable.
Having lost her parents while young, Alice understands her girls’ pain. At fifteen, Jools is at that awkward age and only Ben could get through to her. And eleven-year-old Holly looks for the answer to everything in books but this time she’s drawing a blank. Alice realizes that for their sakes she must summon up superhuman reserves of strength.
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