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Learning to Swim is a solid novel that I found enjoyable on many levels. I was initially drawn to this book because I lived and traveled in the areas where the story is set. The author does a terrific job of describing the area and the people in the North Country of New York, Vermont, and Ottawa. What Ms. Henry also terrifically accomplishes is to tell an enjoyable story of instant compassion, trust and genuine concern for Paul, a little boy thrown from a car ferry into an icy lake. The characters we meet are well developed and real. After saving Paul from the lake, Troy looks for those responsible for his abduction and tossing Paul into the lake. This story keeps your interest all the way to the last syllable. I found it to be very fulfilling and an enjoyable story. Learning to Swim is well worth your time. If this is the debut, I very eagerly await her next several books.
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SPOILERS: This was a decent story, I liked the idea, but the execution was off. They found the boy's family much too fast & then dragged out the obvious twist at the end. could have been an effective short story.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
This is one of the best and most exciting books I have read or listened to for a while. The story is completely gripping and original and I couldn't put it down. It's very well written and the narration is excellent. Apparently this is Sara J Henry's first novel and I hope she's going to write lots more.
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