Summer vacation on the island was supposed to be a restorative time for Kate, who'd lost her close friend Elizabeth in a sudden accident. But when she inherits a trunk of Elizabeth's journals, they reveal a woman far different than the cheerful wife and mother Kate had known. The complicated portrait of Elizabeth--her upbringing, her marriage, and journey to motherhood--makes Kate question not just their friendship, but her most fundamental beliefs about loyalty and deception at a time when she is uncertain in her own marriage. When an unfamiliar man's name appears in the pages, Kate realizes the extent of what she didn't know about her friend--including where she was really going when she died. Set in the anxious post-September 11th summer of 2002, this story of two women--their friendship, their marriages, private ambitions, and fears--considers the aspects of ourselves we show and those we conceal, and the repercussions of our choices.
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BORING WITH A CAPITAL B
I stuck it out till nearly the end just waiting for SOMETHING to happen.
- L. Swartz "bikesue"
It ranks pretty high. I didn't want to put the audiobook on pause after listening to it.
Lucy Clarkes - The Sea Sisters ~They both have journals and deal with the issue of losing someone close to them.
I loved Angles Brazil's ability to bring out the emotion in the character.
Yes, this definitely was.