Pages in the Wind by Sally Saylor De Smet
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Pages in the Wind by Sally Saylor DeSmet is a difficult read. Not hard to read, but hard to digest. The book follows the story of Emily, who is in prison for murdering her father; and the shrink who is trying to work with her through regression to remember what exactly happened during that fateful event. The characters are wonderfully drawn and evoke so many different emotions. I felt so bad for Emily, the abuse, the overly strict parents, just everything was, difficult. All in all a good read, but the reader must be able to stomach almost constant abuse and negativity. Not for the faint-hearted. Thank you to the author for a free copy of this book.
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