Title: Alexandra, Gone
Author: Anna McPartlin
What I Have to Say: So this is one of those books for the Pocket Books tours that I just did NOT have the time to read. :-( Unfortunately. It got to me so ridiculously late, and it just wasn't possible. I really am super psyched to read it, though!! It looks great, I think. I'm happy to say, though, that I WILL have finished the next Pocket Books tour book in time for the tour. In any case, I've heard great things about this book, and I've read some great reviews of it today, so I hope you'll check it out. And be looking for my review some time in the near future!
Summary: LETTING GO FOR GOOD . . .
Once, Jane Moore and Alexandra Walsh were inseparable, sharing secrets and stolen candy, plotting their futures together. But when Jane became pregnant at seventeen, they drifted slowly apart. Jane has spent the years since raising her son, now seventeen himself, on her own, running a gallery, managing her sister’s art career, and looking after their volatile mother—all the while trying not to resent the limited choices life has given her.
Then a quirk of fate and a faulty elevator bring Jane into contact with Tom, Alexandra’s husband, who has some shocking news. Alexandra disappeared from a south Dublin suburb months ago, and Tom has been searching fruitlessly for her. Jane offers to help, as do the elevator’s other passengers—Jane’s brilliant but self-absorbed sister, Elle, and Leslie Sheehan, a reclusive web designer who’s ready to step back into the world again. And as Jane quickly realizes, Tom isn’t the only one among them who’s looking for something . . . or traveling toward unexpected revelations about love, life, and what it means to let go, in every sense.
In this insightful and irresistible novel, by turns profound, poignant, and laugh- out-loud funny, acclaimed Irish writer Anna McPartlin tells a story of friendship and love, of the families we are born into and the ones we create for ourselves, and of the hope and strength that remain when we fi nd the courage to leave the past behind at last.
This sounds like it could be a really good book and I look forward to reading your review of it, when you do eventually receive it.
Oh wow. Awesome review!
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