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Pictures of You
by Caroline Leavitt
fiction
From The Jacket:Pictures of You is a story about two women running away from their marriages who collide on a foggy highway, killing one of them. The survivor, Isabelle, is left to pick up the pieces, not only of her own life, but of the lives of the devastated husband and fragile son that the other woman, April, has left behind. Together, they try to solve the mystery of where April was running to, and why. As these three lives intersect, the book asks, How well do we really know those we loveóand how do we forgive the unforgivable?
(3.5 stars) A moving story that is quite easy to read considering itís tough topic of picking up the pieces after tragedy strikes. Although there is a strong plot, it is basically a character driven novel. Itís necessary to suspend belief to some extent but on balance itís a look at real situations, real emotions and believable inner conflicts. I have mixed feelings, some sections of the book pulled me in, others not so much and overall I cared for but did not feel a strong attachment to the characters.
by-Linda-PBR 2011/09/25, 06:19 PM
 
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