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ANOTHER REBECCA BY TRACEY SCOTT-TOWNSEND

on May 15, 2015

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ANOTHER REBECCA
BY TRACEY SCOTT-TOWNSEND

On the cusp of adulthood, Rebecca Grey has no idea where her life is headed. Like many of us, she struggles to build a sustainable identity, a task made even harder by the fact that her mother is engaged in an extended breakdown and her absent father has another family to worry about. Dealing with their problems leaves little time for her own, and pretty soon, something has to give. As she toils under the weight of a tragedy that was never hers to begin with, Rebecca faces the impossible task of carving out a future for herself, all the while shadowed by the mistakes of her parents. Told with an experienced voice through the eyes of three characters. Another Rebecca tells the story of one family’s moving inability to let go of the past, of love lost and found, and a young woman’s determination to pull herself out of disaster

What i say

What can i say about this book it so gripping it a page turner but i had to think about the characters at the start i was not sure of them but then they fell into place i soon got pulled into their life’s you will soon relies that the story told by the points of views of the different character mum , dad and Rebecca it will just hit you i felt for them all It a fab read it a very in dept and very deep tale that just pulls you into the plot and hooks you The book very much about loss i mean any kind of loss like love , a person , your self and how you cope Rebbeca a brilliant character my heart when out to her at times she was a carer for her mum it was so hard for her the compassion and love this young girl had so was heartbreaking she was so lovely but her life was tough Her mum was not so nice i found her to be hard and very selfish at times but she was a alcoholic she was in a very bad way i did feel the underlying theme of this book was a very deep devoted love. Rebecca adores her mother i felt her mum had her heart broke but i felt she really recovered for that i felt for them all it so sad to read about

Rebecca change so much as the story goes on she was like the waking dead i want to tell you more but i love you all to read it a very in dept tale it so brilliantly wrote it just grips you the writing style flows so well it a very thought provoking read

Thank to brooks cottage for letting read and review as I am also part of Roise book review team too

Links to buy

AMAZON UK

AMAZON.COM


THE LAST TIME WE SAW MARION
Author bio

Tracey spends her writing time in her much-loved shed. It’s a world of her own making, like her stories. She says that stepping inside and closing the door behind her induces a feeling like the one you get in the hushed atmosphere of a church. She is the mother of four children, three of whom have now left home: one of them particularly far away. Still, she’s sure that Australia will provide as much inspiration for her writing as Iceland has done, (another place she was introduced to by her son). She’s really hoping to witness a full show of the Northern Lights next time she is there.Closer to home, Tracey enjoys travelling in the bus-with-a-woodstove with her husband and their Labrador, Riley. They are always on the lookout for a scenic layby in which to sleep. Last year they spent time all over the British Isles, including the Outer Hebrides, which will be the setting for a future novel. In a few years they plan to set off on the road (by way of the sea) for an extended period of time: after all, writing can be done anywhere

social media links:
Website http://traceyscotttownsend.com/


Facebook Author page https://www.facebook.com/AuthorTrace
Twitter @authortrace https://twitter.com/authortrace

about.me http://about.me/traceintime


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