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This book captivated me from start to finish Very mild spoilersIt s 1969 and Ginny has just given birth to her second child a baby girl with down syndrome The moment she s born Ginny s doctor tells her that she won t be able to keep the baby and that her baby will likely die within a few years from a heart condition or something else Her husband wants to protect the family by sending the baby to a school for children with needs Ginny doesn t agree with her husband Abbott but she feels she has no choice and all of it seems to be facilitated by her horrible controlling father in law The baby is snatched away while everyone but Ginny seems to forget it ever happened Over the next few years life moves forward but Ginny hasn t forgotten about her daughter Lucy It still eats at her as she continues to wonder about the condition of Lucy and if this was the right choice She tries to be a satisfactory mom and wife regardless of all her concerns In 1971 a report surfaces with claims that Willowridge the school where little Lucy lives has been neglecting the children The report is horrible and parents have now filed lawsuits against the school It rips at Ginny s heart and she knows she has to make haste and get to the school to find out the condition of her daughter Against her husband s wishes she heads on a trip with her friend Marsha to examine the conditions of the school and to check on Lucy It turns out the report is true and Ginny is shocked She resolves that there s absolutely no way she can allow Lucy to stay at Willowridge any longer What will Ginny do With no job and not much money how can she fix this situation How can she be the mother Lucy needs and still care for her six year old son without the support of her husbandI felt so much emotion with this story because of how well developed the characters were I grew to really love Ginny after her character flourishes and she finally gets enough courage to stand on her own two feet I could even relate to the in law pressure Marsha Ginny s best friend was one of my favorites as well She s the kind of friend everyone wants one who s there when you need her and one who would sacrifice anything for you My only issue with her was her irresponsibility when it came to her reckless behavior With that said there were other characters in the story that I had extreme dislike for and even hate at times I had to reluctantly put the book down than once and ask myself repeatedly What in the world is wrong with these people It felt that real to me At times the book reminded me of one of my favorite movies Thelma and Louise primarily because of Marsha I couldn t help but think about these two characters and how their trip felt similar I was on edge often as the book just kept getting better and better I was captivated and it felt believable The writing has a sense of urgency to it and I just couldn t stop until the end I also loved that the author went back into the characters histories so that you learn about their family relationships from the beginning This jumping back and forth between the present 1971 and their past kept it interesting and yet the story remained seamless My absolute only complaint with this book was the ending which felt really rushed after how drawn out the story was however I did appreciate the conclusion with how everything turned out I was willing to overlook the rush but it just seemed like a few of the characters have a change of heart in an instant which isn t impossible just highly unlikely so uickly after how they d been throughout their history It was wrapped up so uickly after all that intensity and just seemed a tad too abrupt Overall I really enjoyed the book and think I may have found a new favorite author even with this being my first book by T Greenwood I loved the articulate writing and how I was pulled in to this story There s nothing better than a book you simply can t put down one that you can t wait to gush about to everyone This is that book I couldn t resist spilling the entire story to my mom after I finished With themes of love friendship courage fear family and most of all hope this is a favorite for 20185Thanks to NetGalley the author and publisher for sharing a copy of this book with me in exchange for my honest opinions Textbook of Clinical Hemodynamics daughter Dover Massachusetts 1969 Ginny Richardson's heart was torn open when her baby girl Lucy born with Down Syndrome was taken from her Under pressure from his powerful family her husband Ab sent Lucy away to Willowridge a special school for the “feeble minded Ab tried to convince Ginny it was for the best T. 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  • 01 March 2018
  • 9781250164223