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The Art of Going Home
By The Kindle Book Review on April 5, 2015
Maddie and Angeline Chandler were twins; two peas in a pod, best friends. At the age of ten, Angeline is murdered. The case was never solved which prompted gossip and innuendos to run rampant within their community.
Angeline had always been the favorite with their parents. Upon her death, the mother suffers a mental breakdown and is permanently institutionalized. Eventually Maddie moves in with a family friend, Cecilia Redondo. This beloved woman became Maddie’s Aunt Ceci, who raised and loved her as her own daughter.
After high school Maddie left for college and never returned home, although she always kept in contact with her aunt.
It’s been ten years; Maddie returns home to honor her precious Aunt Ceci who had died. During her visit she starts rekindling a relationship with her high school crush, Zac. Soon memories of her tragic childhood begin to surface. Angeline keeps haunting her in her dreams, begging her to find her killer.
Maddie starts inquiring about her sister’s death. The more she digs the more devastated she becomes. When she uncovers the truth will it set her free or will it consume her?
Author Nicole Sorrell has written a heart-wrenching story filled with love, self-destruction, lies, secrets and hideous family atrocities. I read this book from start to finish in one sitting. I was completely engrossed in the story; the ending was shocking!
Quite the page turner!
Stephanie Lasley, from The Kindle Book Review
The Kindle Book Review received a free copy of this book for an independent, fair, and honest review. We are not associated with the author or Amazon. Back