Sunday, October 24, 2010

Misha's Review of 'Back to the Homeplace'

Thank you to Misha Mathew for her recent review of 'Back to the Homeplace' -

Back To The Homeplace is a beautiful story of family. I love family sagas and stories about family secrets. Hence this book was a perfect read for me.

I could easily identify with the characters. If you've ever had a big family, you would totally elate to them. Every characters was so real. Their emotions, their problems were very realistically presented. Each character was so well-defined that I felt like I knew them.

William Smith's vivid and beautiful descriptions make the book even more compelling. There's even a suspense element to the story which just serves to make the  book even more intriguing. There are twists and turns which kept me on the edge of my seat. The author has even handled social issues like AIDS very well.

Back to the Homeplace is a captivating novel with an intriguing plot-line. I was unable to put down the book. Its a book that will strike a chord with every person who has ever felt those immense emotions that are hidden behind the one word - "Home".This is a heartwarming story about family, relationships and how family will always remain important no matte how far you leave them behind.

Compelling and intriguing!

Yes! To all fans of family sagas and literary fiction.

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"May each of us have a Homeplace to hold onto, if only in our minds."

Bill ;-)