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Heather Paperback – June 19, 2016
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The characters are well developed; the words flow easily and you will feel that you are right there on the journey along with Heather , who is a very perceptive child. Her aunt is there to guide her step and she gets advice talking to her father who has passed.
This is a story of dark secrets, change , betrayal to some extent and the strength of family.
Long after the last page has turned and the boo ...more
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From the start, it was obvious that the author has spent a considerable amount of time emphasizing on the details of the story. This, in my opinion, made the work to be exceptionally good. Heather’s personality, her charisma, patience, understanding, and endurance are written very well.
The pace of the story is steady, and the side characters play a decent role, contributing to the plot of the book. This was most satisfying to me since, many cast side characters as fillers. What I also really enjoyed about this book was the fact that the story grows with you and you grow with the story. I highly recommend this book.
I was entranced by Heather in the novel by John Talisker.
Heather is not a typical child. There is a magic to her. She sees auras of colour around those she comes in contact with. Heather is wise beyond her years in the way she can read others and situations.
This is a story about love, family, strength and endurance. Heather's aunt is pivotal in the story.
Let's not forget the dark secrets lurking under the surface...
John Talisker's descriptive language makes you feel that you too are at the river. His words flow beautifully.
I look forward to his next novel.