Friday, 24 March 2017

All the breaking Waves

My review 
I have read her other books and enjoyed them. This one was another " feel good" book to read. The ending, although predictable, has a nice twist to it. That being said, what ever happen to not using profanity around children. I was appalled that right at the climax of the ending she drop the F-bomb!!! So unnecessary. She used some profanity through out the book, not a lot, so why use it at all. It so limits the audience of readers. Sorry my pet peeve with books. I just feel that using profanity is a sign of lazy writing. Yes it may be considered "real" life, maybe. I don't use it and neither do my children and there friends. Just not necessary. "Harry Potter"

Release date   December 6,2016
Book Description 
From the bestselling author of Everything We Keep comes a gripping tale of long-buried secrets, the strength of forgiveness, and the healing power of returning home for good. After a harrowing accident tore her family apart, Molly Brennan fled from the man she loved and the tragic mistake she made. Twelve years later, Molly has created a new life for herself and her eight-year-old daughter, Cassie. The art history professor crafts jewelry as unique and weathered as the surf-tumbled sea glass she collects, while raising her daughter in a safe and loving environment—something Molly never had. But when Cassie is plagued by horrific visions and debilitating nightmares, Molly is forced to return to the one place she swore she’d never move back to—home to Pacific Grove. A riveting exploration of love, secrets, and motherhood, All the Breaking Waves is the poignant story of a woman who discovers she must confront her past, let go of her guilt, and summon everything in her power to save her daughter.

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