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Vanishing Point

Narrated by: Talece Brown
Length: 10 hrs and 1 min
4 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Angela Dunnewald's sense of self, of direction, is fraying. She finds herself lost and alone despite a calendar full of society events, charity meetings, shopping dates, and dinners her aloof husband expects her to attend. Her best friend is a vivacious flirt, but Angela only strays when she discovers a young drifter haunting the grounds of her house. Desire to be intimate unlocks the need for achievement; Angela becomes unrecognizable to her peers and to herself.

Legters's new novel offers betrayal, passion, secrets, and truth, all from inside a world that threatens to suffocate to the vanishing point.

©2017 E.V. Legters (P)2017 Lethe Press

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Irritating, Annoying, Couldn’t Stop Reading

I really enjoyed listening to this book, Brown absolutely nailed it. Legters has a cadence to her writing and that style was impressively picked up in the narration.
I was so impressed with Letger’s ability to describe things, places, situations. She’s brilliant at helping the reader use all their senses and experiencing the scenes.
I found all of the characters at some point to be irritating and annoying and also found myself making quick judgments about ways to just fix the problems. But life isn’t that easy is it? Being big, bold, loud like Ross or Lydia, quick to offer up solutions is as painful as being a quiet observer, watching and waiting like Angela and Daniel.
Birthing or rebirthing ourselves is an arduous and most likely a painful task. I think Vanishing Point shows the reader this. I enjoyed VP and look forward to this as a book club read.

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A poignant journey of

An extraordinary journey of a woman grappling with her privileged but vacuous life. Trapped in an empty relationship, surrounded by the banality of upper-crust society, she struggles to find meaning and to confront the obstacles that attempt to keep her from breaking free.

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A woman in search of herself and happiness

A beautifully written book about a woman finding out that all she has isn't what she needs.