REVIEW: A Stillness of Chimes


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Author Meg Moseley weaves an interesting story of Laura Gantt and her parents.  Vietnam war memories plague her father, Elliott, and stress from supporting him leads Laura’s mother, Jess, to make some unexpected choices.  Back in Georgia to settle her mother’s estate, Laura along with her high school boyfriend (and soulmate) Sean pursue a mystery of Laura’s presumed dead father.  There’s a lot of unresolved anger and unfinished business in this story.  It shows how people harbor secrets and how frustration festers through the years.  There’s also amazing forgiveness and love that ties the folks of the community together.  I enjoyed the book.  I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review.

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by | March 10, 2014 · 8:17 AM

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