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Dirty Laundry Paperback – November 4, 2017
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The author Amanda Green really knows about human nature and fleshed out some superb characters for this novel; Amanda excelled at portraying not just the good and beautiful in people but their darker sides too – after all, we humans, all have an amount of both in different proportions. The plot has some very good and unexpected surprises which for me is always a mark of a good novel.
When I first started to read the book I thought it was to be a light read but I was so wrong as one can get so much more from it, you will both laugh, cry and ponder about the meaning of life itself. So, the read is amusing but the author also touches on serious issues of our modern society. Oh I mustn’t forget, the witty dialogues were just so entertaining!
The story itself is centered on Sandra, the owner of a Laundry shop. For 8 years she has been living with a man and things are not going that well for them as Sandra doesn’t feel loved and she’s at a loss for what to do to fix their relationship. But in her life not only that is a worry but her past also haunts her and she needs to so something about it or she will go crazy. Sandra doesn’t have many friends but she’s a true friend who trust her and she’ll find that the few friends she has are very precious and will keep her going no matter what.
Can someone who suffered so many wrongs be able to forgive and move on with life? How well do we know our friends and those we live with and love? Do we or can we fully trust them? It is so easy to judge others but when we learn about all they went through in their lives perhaps we were not fair and too quick to point our finger at them…