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  • File Size: 553 KB
  • Print Length: 196 pages
  • Publication Date: January 7, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009HOBM5C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,187,090 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Carrie Crafton was born in Michigan and spent many happy summers on the beaches of Lake Michigan. It captured her heart and has remained a prominent feature in her writing. After receiving her B.A. in English at Michigan State University, she moved to the opposite side of the Lake. It was there, in Chicago, that she met her Irish husband. Making the decision to return home with him, she lived in Ireland for over a decade. Her time there opened her up to new experiences and new ways of life.
Recently she has returned to Michigan, moving her family back to the beaches she grew up on.
Carrie has dreamt of being a writer since she was a child and never lost that passion. Her writing reflects what she has learned in both countries, focusing on the relationships of friends and families, and the experiences that test and bind them.

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Having just moved to Ireland with my husband, I was really looking forward to reading this book. While I laughed at Emily's frustrations with the washing machine, that was where the enjoyment ended. The characters had no depth. There was no real descriptions of what they looked like, except for Brendan.
Emily and Collin are childish and self absorbed. Completely unlikable. Both treat each other pretty poorly. I could not understand why they even got married. Emily is constantly in the midst of a pity party. Collin is condescending. The fact that Emily calls him out on his drinking is a joke. Pot calling kettle I'd say.
Except for the few times the author mentions where the characters are living, there's nothing to tell us about the location, again no depth.
The basic storyline isn't bad, the writing isn't bad, but much more could have been done with the material.
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I really enjoyed Carrie Crafton's first book 'Snow Soldiers' and was delighted to find another of her books available. Just like 'Snow Soldiers' this story was well written and dealt with realistic problems. 'Snow Soldiers' tells the story of a woman trying to reconnect with herself after years of being a wife and mother and the family dynamics between mothers and daughters. 'Something Found' tells the story of a newly-married woman trying to navigate life in a new country. It also deals with death in the family and how different people handle grief. I could definitely relate to some of the family dynamics with both Emily and Colin's family. The issues were dealt with in a realistic way, rather than having all of the problems wrapped up neatly with a bow on the last page. I also loved all the descriptions of adjusting to life in Ireland! Highly recommended.
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By AJ on October 15, 2012
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After having read Ms. Crafton's first book "Snow Soldiers", I was excited to see she had writtien a second. Continuing the theme of mother/daughter relationships, and the family dynamics of the new Irish family, Emily shows us her vulnerabilities and how she forces herself to grow and adjust to her new life and the world she left behind. I was cheering her on every step of the way. Look forward to the next one!
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