What do you do when you have nowhere to go?
Meg's whole world has crumbled out from under her. Her only family, her father, has died, leaving her alone and destitute. She can only see one option - driving away to wherever the road takes her.
Her road ends in Trinity, Newfoundland, a place of rare beauty, and the frigid sea all around. Meg has never seen the sea before, and is captivated by it, drawn to the ocean to the point of obsession.
When she meets Devin Horan, he completely shreds all the truths she thought she knew about herself and the world around her.
And opens up the possibility of knowing a mother who may not have drowned after all.
©2012 Elizabeth A Reeves (P)2012 Elizabeth A Reeves
I kept wondering if I were to read the book myself would I like it better....I think I would. The narrator was so bad that I found it impossible to finish. I tried off and on over 3 days to listen to it but the narrator was so distracting that I finally gave up.
I think she had a nice voice, but her narration was unendurrable. Her reading of the book was stilted and halting as she tried to read slowly and enunciate every syllable and sound. I found that I could not finish the book. I believe that with some practice she could be decent narrator, but she actually reuined the book for me.
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