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I also regret to say that the characters struck me as flat and predictable, fleshing out a story that relies too heavily on contrivances.
She is very secretive about her grandmother and as Mia spends time in the isolated cabin she begins to unravel Kate Watkins, the grandmother's story.
It is a well told story of a woman finding the strength within herself to move on- face the present and the future - to heal and to grow.
Great story. I am not even interested in fly fishing but enjoyed all description. We can all identify with the characters. Strongly recommend.Published 28 days ago by Judy Aldridge
This book is so vivid. I actually want to try fly fishing because of the description. The story makes you feel everything that is happening in the story. I enjoyed it.Published 1 month ago by Sophia A Gomez
Page 368. "Remember me," she murmured, sending he spirit to join the infinite flow of death and rebirth, of beginnings and endings, into the current.
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