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Megan's Way has ratings and reviews. One woman's struggle with illness, her daughter's will to survive, and a circle of friends WINNER, READERS FAVORITE AWARD: Fiction/Drama .. and revealing the characters' thoughts, she wove a story of unique family finding itself. Rarely Shelves: women-s-fiction.
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She manifests herself in clouds and by her signature scent. This is comforting and confusing to Olivia. Overall, this was an ok read. And I kept reminding myself that this was a debut work. It probably would have been better marketed as a teen read. Adults have trouble suspending belief with glaring implausibilities in regard to cancer and baby switching. One person found this helpful.
If you are looking for a light easy feel good read pass this one by. However, if you want a story that grabs you from the 1st page; a story with twists and turns and mystery to the end; a story that can make you laugh and cry - get this book. As I started I was not sure I wanted to continue - deep I read for escape. I kept coming back - I could not not read it. I had to read it - I had to complete it.
I am in awe of the complex story told in this book. Melissa Foster has created a remarkable work of fiction which I would guess has some home truths. Like Dawn French she may have sat at someone's bedside as they slipped into death. One question I have, which may be a red herring, how did Olivia resonate with Megan if Megan wasn't her mother?
The teary episodes allow we insensitive males a look behind the emotional roller coaster of cancer. Of course, Paul represents us with his dramas and he's allowed to cry, too. I didn't but I did learn a lot. There is nothing like having a book grab you from the first page and not let you go. Megan's Way does that. Although it cannot be read without tissues on hand. It also reminded me of a Jodi Piccoult novel. Melissa's writing flows effortlessly and she made me fall in love with her characters who were very much alive on the pages.
The pages turned quickly wanting to find out the secrets they each held. I lost my mom to cancer almost 20 years ago and there isn't a day that goes by that I don't ache to talk to her. There was so much in this book that was actually healing for me after all these years. I am so glad that I found a new author to add to my short list of favorites. See all reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published 2 months ago.
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