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my review for six strings by jen senya williamson

on August 22, 2014

Six strings by jen senya williamson 
The blub 
Riley Witt is running out of time. 
Battling Alzheimer’s disease, Riley’s grandmother Mary suffers from memory loss, mood swings, and a tendency to wander off. 
As senior year approaches, Riley has to face the reality that the one person she depends on most is slowly fading. Making matters 
worse, when Mary does remember the past, she tells tales of time travel and visions. As Mary’s version of the past gets more confused, Riley knows they are running out of time together. 
But when Riley discovers a guitar belonging to a famous rock star at Mary’s house, the truth behind the crazy tales finally comes out. 
SIX STRINGS tells the story of Riley’s journey back to 1973 where she enters a world of music, long-lost family, and first love. Her adventure is all about discovering her past, understanding her present, and figuring out how to step into her future.
WHAT I SAY 
I WOULD LIKE TO THANK JEN FOR LETTING ME REVIEW THIS BOOK FOR HER 
i really did enjoy it it is very well written this is the first part it a great story with a great twist and turns to it 
My grandma had Alzheimer’s. I can remember she suffer from memory loss mood swings she would snap at you and she would just wander off looking for things just like mary did in the book Mary Riley’s grandma The book had a lot of research done it it seem just like my grandma was 
Mary loves to talk about the past she love to travel but sometimes she got a bit mixed up with what she was talking about It could be hard to cope with riley loves her nana she loves the storys were did that guitar come the story are just so good i could and want to tell all about it but i spoil the book for you i want you all to read her relationship with her grandma just fab it so lovely how they were the book got a bit of time travel into the story which was good it got love romanic music and family it will make you laugh out loud in places it just a very well written story with a good story that i can not wait to hear all about in the next book 
Author Bio:
Jen Sanya Williamson is a graduate of the University of Arizona where she received a BA in creative writing. She spends most of her time with her junior high students, teaching and talking books. When not in a classroom, Jen is writing, watching TV shows from the ‘90s, or cheering on the Wildcats with her husband and children in her adopted hometown of Tucson, Arizona.
4 stars a good read enjoy read pass on

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