Book Review “Sea Change”

 writing, creating, reviews,fiction, children's books, fiction for adults, women's fictionRanking: 1 quill

Wish I could give this book a better review.  Where other reviewers site White’s excellent ‘sense of place’ I found it redundant and excessive.  It seemed to me its purpose was more of an attempt to bolster a weak story plot.

I found the heroine’s motives and challenges over worked.  There wasn’t just one weak, (victim-type) woman in the story; they all seemed, to different degrees, victims.  I kept waiting to see one stand up to their man and to what life had dealt out to them and kick some butt. Alas, it never happened.

I have enjoyed some of Karen White’s work but she is inconsistent.  I was unable to finish the last few chapters of this story and that’s a rarity for me.   Sorry, Karen.

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