Amy McNamara creates a character in Wren that I found really empathetic and real.
With a title so haunting, a cover so beautiful, and a description so vague, Lovely, Dark, and Deep by Amy McNamara was a mystery from the start.
And even though there are moments in this book that feel hopeless, there are many, many more that are just the opposite.
Utterly beautiful novel. Not only was the plotline exciting and heart wrenching, the characters were relatable and real. Read morePublished 5 months ago by The Bookworm
Books like this is one of the many reasons why I love to read. Because they are filled with so many emotions and written so well that the words and the story make me feel... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Britt @ Britt's Book and Life Blog
Lovely, Dark and Deep was a good book. It was a very emotional book though, so be prepared when you read it. It might make you cry or see life differently. Read morePublished 12 months ago by NatalieM
Like the poem referenced in the title, this story of two broken teenagers healing one another resonates in the mind long after you close the covers. Lovely lovely book.Published 15 months ago by Huntley Fitzpatrick
I chose the book for a holiday read purely based on the cover art and title. I love Frost's poem so I couldn't ignore it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Shawna
I wish the outside of the book had given me some clue that it was all about grief. (I got it from the library-- the only summary was the inside cover-- a bit of prose about how she... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Milea Kirst
A wonderful story including an all to relatable main character & the daily struggle of losing a loved one. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ashley Fiedler
Simon & Schuster|October 16, 2012|Hardcover|ISBN: 978-1-4424-3435-6
A resonant debut novel about retreating from the world after losing... Read more
I enjoyed it. It's a good, but not great book. Good weekend or vacation read. It does provide a good feel for the Maine setting.Published on May 2, 2013 by AFuji