Sunday, 7 January 2018


The Colour of  heaven -Julianne MacLean 3*

Sophie has  rather a tough year. First she lose her daughter then her husband walks
out on her. When she crashed her car and rolls into the ice she thinks it is all over.
What transpires is very different. The beginning and middle of this book give a
wonderful read. A world of well written tragedy and then hope. Of a character that
you could take to and a life lived with scenarios well described to picture easily.
The ending however, for me was rather too predictable which left me wanting.
After all that went before it was uninspired and disappointing and for me lacked
the quality of writing of the rest of the book.  Sorry, not for me.

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