Monday, March 10, 2014

The Disappearance of E.A.B Review

The Disappearance of E.A.B. by Gwen Campbell

What if you discovered your whole world was an insane lie?

What if another’s single choice - changed everything for you?

Discovering her father’s diary along with thousands of copies of an out-of-town newspaper sends Anna Kinner on a life changing quest. She realizes that every choice has consequences and now she sees that her parents’ choices had profoundly changed her life. She faces her fears and travels to the place where it all began, struggling to unravel the reasons and choices others had made. Her search leads eventually to a man who changes the whole meaning of her life.

Follow this fascinating tale of a desperate young woman searching for her true identity. Witness Anna’s struggle as she grapples with haunting questions of grief and forgiveness, insanity and loyalty. Will Anna find the peace of mind she seeks or will she discover the root of madness within herself.

An intriguing novel about compelling love, questionable family ties, perseverance and the connections that bind us to others-whether we like it or not.

My Review:
3 stars

There’s not a lot for me to say about this book because I don’t want to spoil the plot. What I can say is, the characters were interesting, the plot kept me going, and I enjoyed reading this. I really liked and connected with the main character, and couldn’t stop reading. However, parts of the story dragged on for me, and at times, the story became too convoluted and confusing, but I stuck it through and it paid off. If you like a good drama and mystery, I would recommend giving this book a try.

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