Utilizamos las cookies para ayudar a personalizar contenido, adaptar y medir los anuncios, y facilitar una experiencia más segura.Al hacer clic o navegar en el sitio, aceptas que recopilemos información dentro y fuera de Facebook mediante las cookies.I started this book with much trepidation in light of many lackluster reviews piling up on Amazon.The story centers around the Drowning Pool, a spot on a river that runs through an English town, where troubled women leap to their deaths from the cliff above.“For a moment she believed he had left, but as she shifted away from the wall she sensed him there beside the bed. A traitor tear spilled out, the humiliation was too much to contain. He said it again, softly, as though it pleased him just to say it, “Katherine.” “Viktor! Granted, I knew he was only being discreet so as to save poor Hillary from being reamed again, but my knees didn’t know the difference. In the publishing industry, however, the paratext, specifically the book's cover, is the foremost aspect of the book.The cover sells the book; literary merit becomes irrelevant if the book does not, or cannot, reach the reader.
Personally, I liked this book better than her earlier book The Girl on the Train, where the similarities of the two women and before/after time frames were very hard to distinguish.Granted, I knew he was only being discreet so as to save poor Hillary from being reamed again, but my knees didn’t know the difference.There are a couple subplots here surrounding earlier victims of the Drowning Pool.Supported and encouraged by her outgoing and flirty sister Rachel, Lillian must come to terms with how she’s handling her husband’s death and its effect on her girls.One of the most popular features of the new Discovery Catalog is easy access to digital media such as e Books, music and audiobooks – from within the catalog, without going out to another website to place holds or check out titles.This allows you to begin enjoying digital media more quickly. Mc Daniel sets out to examine our interpretation of good and evil as seen through the lens of a small town in rural Ohio in 1984.The plot is woven with prominent issues of that era – racism, homophobia, AIDS, cult mentality and serial killers - nearly all of which persist today.Following on the heels of some very heavy reading, this title was an absolutely delightful read.Lillian, a recent widow raising two young daughtersin Los Angeles, finds herself at a crossroads between staying mired in grief or moving forward into a new and unexpected future.There are a couple loose ends where things are implied.Start it when you can dedicate a solid 30-45 minutes to read through each voice before taking a break.