Thursday, June 4, 2015

Halfa Moon By Joan Bannan Review

Meg Randallman is just four years old when her six-year-old sister Laura dies and her mother, Norma, kidnaps Meg and her brother, Ray. Meg often wonders how different her personality might have been had she not experienced the brutal shock and grief of Laura's death during her formative years. For seventeen years, Meg is haunted by the guilt and misunderstanding of her sister's death, unable to talk about the tragedy with anyone. In her affluent new home, she buries herself in music and academic

Joan Bannan has written four nonfiction books. She lives in Northern California in a small city with too many roundabouts, in a home with too many birds. This is her first novel.

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My review ;
"Halfa Moon" is the kind of book that you find hard to put down until you have finished reading it. The story line captures your interest from the very first page. It is full of action and suspense and family drama. Meg has tried to keep going despite everything that has happened to her when she was just a young child. She is very lucky that she meets some people that are both willing and able to help her. I felt both happy and sad for her at the same time. I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book for the purpose of a  review and all opinions are my own.

I was given a copy to review from CWA, however all opinions are my own.

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