Still Waters Kindle Edition
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I like an author to at least attempt some historical accuracy when taking on a period piece and "Still Waters" fails in this aspect as well. Perhaps some people aren't bothered by these things, but in 1956 seat belts in cars were not common at all. It wasn't until at least ten years later that auto manufacturers started including them as standard equipment. And Ms. Crew might have taken the tiniest bit of effort to research not only that fact, but also that "taking Christopher to McDonalds for lunch" would again have been highly unlikely in 1956. Did they exist then? Yes they did...but only a few in California and Ray Kroc's original McDonald's franchise didn't open until 1955 in Des Plaines, Illinois. The phenomenon of McDonald's didn't happen until the 1960's and 70's. For younger readers, these details may mean nothing and will not detract from the overall story, but they are glaring mistakes for more mature readers.
I cannot recommend this book nor do I understand how people can give it a positive review. Maybe other people will find this a fine read...I did not.
This story is about family secrets, strength, courage, and faith in doing what is right, even if it means unforgettable pain and death.
This book is a great read with unexpected twists and turns. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.
I can't give anything away, so I'll just say, read this book. A mother's love runs deep.
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