Saturday, 5 September 2015

BMBR: Kelly Rimmer's The Secret Daughter and Me Without You

I'm looking at two books by Kelly Rimmer today. Both were quite good, and both were worth reading.

Warning: spoiler alert on Me Without You, but that can happen if you read the reviews on Amazon, too. Don't worry. Knowing doesn't take away from the story.

The Secret Daughter was good except for how annoyingly over reactive the main character was about learning that she was adopted. I think at one point I even skipped a few pages because of it.

Aside from that, it was an eye-opening look at the issue of forced adoption. It happened in Canada too, and I had little idea.

Me Without You is a great read. Guy meets girl and she changes his life for the better, even after she dies.

This is just such a wonderful book. Because this book is the definition of catharsis, you will need a box of tissue handy.

Bottom line: Me Without You is a must read.

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