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REVIEW Hello You

A compelling tale of modern family life Watching her beloved sister Diana die Maggie Day ponders the complex ties that bind the five Barton. I was very wrong with my first impression of this book that I picked off the library shelf The cover was in bright primary colours with Lowry like figures and the style of the blurb led me to expect a feisty tale of how 50 year old Maggie a special needs teacher coped with divorce the death of a sister and impending departure of her sons from her home a kind of older version of chick lit I was puzzled by the prologue followed by a chapter which did not seem to link to anything that had gone before focusing on 19 year old Jamie and his partner schoolgirl mother Jesse The realisation of whose son he in fact was came uite late on in the early chapters It was a far darker novel of family relationships than I first thought and I came close to giving up on it but I was keen to find out the mystery in the family background and so did rush through it perhaps missing some of the nuances Maggie finally discovered the answer to her need to be needed The best bit the portrayal of Jamie with his love for his toddler son Ben Overall there were sad overtones to the book I admired the fact that the author tackled a different theme but I cannot say I was drawn into the book as was promised

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Girls now middle aged women A deathbed slip of the tongue raises unanswered uestions and Maggie determines to uncover the truth about her. If you love British authors like Marcia Willett Rosamunde Pilcher etc you ll like Rebecca GregsonVery engaging

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Family at the same time as confronting the shock of being a newly abandoned wife and the everyday needs of her son a father at just ninetee. Kind of a strange book Very difficult to connect with any of the characters


5 thoughts on “Hello You

  1. says:

    I was very wrong with my first impression of this book that I picked off the library shelf The cover was in bright primary colours with Lowry like figures and the style of the blurb led me to expect a feisty tale of how 50 year old

  2. says:

    If you love British authors like Marcia Willett Rosamunde Pilcher etc you'll like Rebecca GregsonVery engaging

  3. says:

    Kind of a strange book Very difficult to connect with any of the characters

  4. says:

    You can see where this book is going from the first few pages but it gets to the end in a pleasant enough way

  5. says:

    Slightly offbeat but a touching tale