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Martin's Press "A sensitive tale of love struggling to unwind Taut narrative Crisp dialogue I hope you enjoy this pensive tale of loss and love, disc 1st Place Winner in the Forward National Literature Awards. I hope you enjoy this pensive tale of loss and love, discovery and redemption. View 1 comment. Feb 18, Whitney Oaks rated it it was ok. I'm having the hardest time reading this book because of all the grammatical errors. Misplaced pronouns, misspelled words, extra words that make no sense, wrong usage of words.. How did this book even get published? If you can overlook the errors, this is an ok book.
I have no idea what the prologue has to do with any of the story, as a whole. It's pretty much irrelevant. I got this book for free for my Kindle. When I got ready to read the book I thought there had been a glitch in the download process of this book. It was so awful. Chapters beginning at the bottom of the page. The ending sentence of some paragraphs put at the beginning of the paragraph instead of where they belonged.
Numerous typos. But after reading other's reviews of this book, it was common for everyone who received this "special" of the day. It was supposed to be a story of love and redemptio I got this book for free for my Kindle. It was supposed to be a story of love and redemption. I found it to be more like regrets, lies, manipulation, secrecy and definetly no redemption of anything. I did not like this book and would not reccomend it to anyone.
In my quest to find a good book for my choice of book of the month, coming up real soon, I did not find it in this book. Aug 05, Susan Halley rated it it was amazing. Susan Wingate created a mystery drama with just the right sprinkle of suspense in this story. She draws you in, and once there, you become a part of this deeply emotional story. What secret is the mother keeping from her daughter. The daughter nearly dies and shortly thereafter her mother does die.
You must read this fantastic story to discover what secret the mother reveals or if she Susan Wingate created a mystery drama with just the right sprinkle of suspense in this story. You must read this fantastic story to discover what secret the mother reveals or if she reveals it! The Kindle edition was littered with spelling and punctuation errors which probably didn't help my feelings about this book.
I thought Euly was unlikeable and selfish and the story jumped all over the place. Maybe I'm missing something, but what did the prologue have to do with the rest of the story? View 2 comments. Two sisters far apart and a mother dying who gives a hint of a deep family secret.
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It was hard to put down, I ended up reading it in one day even though its a novel length book. Yes its THAT good! May 23, Syl rated it it was amazing. Very good book. Hooks you from the very beginning. Did not want it to end. Deals with family relationships and secrets. Highly recommend it and looking forward to reading more from this author. An interesting and thought-provoking story about two sister, their mother's secret, and a mysterious father. The main character, Euly seeks to find out what her mother's secret is, understand her father, develop a closer relationship with her sister, and save her marriage.
A lot is going on, but the author expertly weaves these factors together. Dec 10, Denise DeSio rated it liked it Shelves: just-okay. I confess, the cover and the prologue lured me in, but the book didn't deliver on its promise. Wingate is a spotty writer.
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Some pieces are well thought out and beautifully written, and others read like a first draft. As reviewers have pointed out, typos are plentiful, and punctuation ruined what could have been some fine sentences, but my biggest problem with the book was its lack of solidity. For example, early on in the book, the author sets up two events: the drowning of her 5-year-old cousin I confess, the cover and the prologue lured me in, but the book didn't deliver on its promise. For example, early on in the book, the author sets up two events: the drowning of her 5-year-old cousin and a family secret that implies the existence of a boy that might have been the protagonist's unknown brother.
When her dying mother refuses to come clean about the boy, Euly goes on a mission to uncover the facts. But the drowning sort of goes nowhere, and the "big family secret" ends up having nothing to do with the boy or drowning. Not to give anything away, but the "dark secret" turns out to be not that big a deal. Toward the end, the book fell flat and became more flawed. The tight adherence to POV broke down in places and the author started head jumping. Also at the end, it seemed as if Wingate threw in a bunch of wordy, irrelevant chapters to increase her word count.
For example: As they approached, an invisible cloud radiated and hung by the door of the resort. It was a blend of eggs, bacon and fresh baked bread. Geoff made a straight line into the restroom. Euly poured two plastic cups of ice water the resort made available to its guests. Today they layered the water with ice, blueberries, and ice again. Yesterday it was oranges. Nice , she thought. She wondered if Geoff would like something similar for their kitchen.
As Geoff exited the restroom, he made eye contact with her. His eyes sparkled blue and she felt her stomach flip. She handed him one of the cups of water. He drank it down without stopping for a breather. Pretty too. That would be nice. May 07, Uvi Poznansky rated it really liked it. Reading Drowning I was truly torn between two polar extremes: my delight in the compelling story-telling talent of its author, Susan Wingate, and my distaste for the poor attention she gave to editing and proofreading her work.
For the first I would have awarded her 5 stars--for the second, alas, only 2. The writing lacks in its grammar, punctuation, spelling, which give it a shaky underlying structure. I think it is imperative that indie authors proofread their work. Not doing so is a slight to Reading Drowning I was truly torn between two polar extremes: my delight in the compelling story-telling talent of its author, Susan Wingate, and my distaste for the poor attention she gave to editing and proofreading her work. Not doing so is a slight towards the reader, and a disservice to themselves. So to help me come up with a reasonable way to weigh these opposite impressions, I made a note to myself that story-telling is a natural talent, one that comes from the heart and guts and cannot be taught.
Not so with grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
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Which is why I ended up giving the author the benefit of the doubt, hoping she will come back to improve the technical aspects of her writing. Therefore I am awarding the story 4 stars. The cover image of a bluish head over which you can discern the flow of water is somewhat morbid, and fully becoming of the theme of the story, which includes an episode of physical drowning as well as that feeling of suffocation Euly feels, faced with the secrets in her family. She is far from being a 'likable' protagonist, and her actions are far from following any logical reasoning, which makes for surprising twists and turns in this story.
Aug 06, Katie rated it liked it. Families are difficult. Much more meets the eye than one sees. That's what Euly discovers as she faces the slow death of her mother. Not only does her mother's death force her to confront her own mortality, it forces her to look into the eyes of her sister, Enaya, with whom she's always had a difficult relationship. As Euly goes back to her hometown of Pheonix to uncover the secrets of her parents' divorce, she questions everything in her life, including her own marriage.
Yet nothing will quite Families are difficult. Yet nothing will quite prepare her for the truth that her mother could never tell her. Wingate's story is complex and heartwarming. The many errors in the Kindle edition detract from this, as do plotlines that seem to end too abruptly at times. Jul 22, Rob Shepherd rated it it was amazing Shelves: drama.
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