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The Moment Keeper Kindle Edition
"Bones Don't Lie" by Melinda Leigh
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Buffy certainly knows how to write the warmest and most emtional stories, and her characters, except for those expected to be someone you'd dislike, are someone you would love to know and adore in real life.
I cried at the end of this book...somehow I knew what was going to happen ahead of time.
Andrews has created a true circle of life story, just the kind I personally love. Who we are, the choices we make, the support we receive, affect everyone. Part It's A Wonderful Life and part Lovely Bones, The Moment Keeper features characters who will impact your life for a long time.
Parallel life stories from two young women might shock some with the lifestyles of haves contrasting with the haven-nots. It may shame some of us who were guilty of being cruel at one time or another, and it will give more of us some real lessons on how to be a giver, no matter what stage of life. When at death a young woman is pulled into the afterlife with a special job, that of tracking and recording the moments of the life of another, the reader follows the journey of a privileged young girl, Olivia, growing in to adulthood. Along the way, Sarah, the Moment Keeper, shares her own struggle of life, tragedy, triumph, love, bullying, and mystery in a mirror image that almost feels voyeuristic.
Lovely tale. Kudos to Andrews for telling a very difficult story, and yes, there may be some predictability, but it was still a tearful joy to be part of the unfolding.
This book flies as the two stories unfold, side by side. I read in horror at what Sarah had to endure while Olivia had everything served to her on a silver platter, yet, in the end... This is one of those books I didn't want to put down as Andrews weaves her story of intrigue. I wanted the world to stop so I could find out what happened to Sarah and Olivia. But Andrews pulled a fast one and left me hanging. I so do hope there is a sequel.
I couldn't put this book down. I loved how effortlessly the author moved from one character to the other and back again. I found it very easy to understand what each girl was feeling. I was pleasantly surprise how much I enjoyed the story and the way the author spun the tale. I woke up this morning disappointed that I was finished with this book. Part of me wants to know what happened to them after the last page, but then again not knowing everything was the perfect ending.