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Rain Clouds and Waterfalls Kindle Edition
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It is set in the 1970s to ‘80s, and the underpinning idea that drives the overall story of a girl’s years through adolescence to early adulthood is a love of the music of the Beatles; so it may also appeal to older adults – the now fifty-plus.
The chapters are crafted like short stories, but together they tell a continuing story.
In a few parts there seemed to be a gap and I found myself having to go back a couple of pages to check if I’d missed some explanation. Most books tell too much, but this is one that could do with a little more, at least in some places.
I expect we’ll hear more from this Author in the future.
The story of Ellen and how she handles each predicament in her life by relating it to her favorite Beatles song is handled well by the author. She skillfully shows how music can validate and sooth human emotions and can be the best medicine for what ails us. Ellen handles some pretty tough situations: childhood friendships and first loves fizzling out, estranged family members, domestic violence and sexual harassment in the workplace, yet there are many instances where I found a smile on my face. Humor was used in all the right places to lighten up the dark corners. Ellen was truly a loveable main character and I was drawn to her to the end.
Beatles fan or not, this book has something to offer anyone who loves a good, character-driven story. It was an enjoyable trip back in time!
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I want more! Having grown up about the same time as Ellen, I loved every word!Read more