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Angela Marsons for a review copy of Dear Mother in exchange for an unbiased review. I have been saving this book. Well, I finally reached that point where I just had to have it, and I succumbed.
Let me just say it was well worth waiting for. With that in mind, I have to tell you that this woman is also a standout psychological contemporary fiction writer. Dear Mother is an enthralling tale of the psychological fallout of a physical abusive parent on her 3 daughters.
The abuse when referred to is not very graphic, and the bulk of the story takes place after the daughters have reached adulthood. All three women are adversely Dear mother in different ways; furthermore, their relationships with each other have also been damaged. The novel is an intelligent and emotional rendering of how they each reach some level of peace with their demons.
The characters, especially sisters Catherine and Alex, are extremely well done. The counseling sessions between Catherine and her therapist are written with considerable depth and realism, and are to me a highlight of the novel. The dialogue is outstanding. It usually takes me days to read a novel.
This one took 2 days. This is reflective of how transfixed I was with the story. I developed a profound connection with these people and their issues.
As a sidelight, I want to mention that I liked how Ms. Marsons pulls in narrative from the past at the time it is relevant to the story as opposed to the more recent trend of alternating chapters between the present and years before. This technique preserves the flow of the story. I was delighted when I saw that Ms.
Marsons recently signed a contract with Bookouture to write 8 more novels in the brilliant Kim Stone series currently there are 4 installments with 5 due to arrive in November On the other hand, this likely means that we will likely not be getting any more dedicated psychological portraits from her, at least not in the near future.
Though this saddens me, at least we do have this book plus The Forgotten Woman. These books were written before she started the Kim Stone series and were self-published under different titles.
They have just been re-released in a brilliant move by Bookouture to showcase her hidden talents.
Now if they could just figure out how to clone her I strongly recommend both Dear Mother and The Forgotten Woman to anyone looking for an accomplished powerful read.The Most Holy Name of Mary Devotion has been practiced by Catholic Saints for centuries.
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Go to end of list. Go to chronology. Go to topics list. Go to Pride&Prej. motifs. Go to place list/map. Go to table of contents. Brief, Organized Listing of Characters. So, Mom, this one is for you: Thank You For Your Unconditional Love And Friendship. You are my best friend and you always have been.
I’ve seen your love when you attended my sporting events, posted on Facebook about how proud you are of me and when you comforted me at times that life became a little too tough to handle.