Book Review — On life, changes, friendship

To read my formal review of One Moment, One Morning, click on the “Book Reviews” tab above. I add a personal note here, which is that I think the book will be appreciated more by people in their twenties and thirties and maybe forties than by older readers. How often am I going to find this to be true? I thought there would be more surprises than there were, but I do think I’m jaded by having lived so long (and also read a lot of books and seen a lot of movies). The author, Sarah Rayner, provides the reader with excellent character development, it’s just that I’ve experienced too much of these changes already myself to find them gripping reading. I need twists that surprise rather than twists that reflect life’s most normal shifts. Yes, I’m showing my age. I do think younger readers will enjoy and learn from One Moment, One Morning.

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2 Responses to Book Review — On life, changes, friendship

  1. Although we are miles apart we seem to be on the same wavelength at times. I came to the same conclusion myself recently in trying to understand my inability to make a decision. Having lived as long as I have I have seen enough scenarios to predict outcome. But, then again, the scenarios haven’t seen me so maybe I should just go ahead with life! But I digress. Perhaps we are living the old cliche that there is nothing new under the sun. I’ve always said that life seems to be a series of cliches coming true.

  2. Natalie says:

    It’s so obvious in Amanda Hocking’s trilogy of paranormal romance being forbidden in order to hold on to the old ways.

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