Keep the Ends Loose

Author: Molly D. Campbell            keep
Publisher: The Story Plant
Genre: Fiction
Source: The Story Plant



Goodreads:  Miranda Heath is a quirky fifteen-year-old with cinematic dreams and a safe, predictable family. That is until she decides to pull at the loose end that is the estranged husband her aunt never divorced. What seemed like the best way to allow her aunt to get on with her life sets off a series of events that threaten to turn Mandy’s world upside down. Suddenly, she’s embarking on adventurous road trips, becoming the center of an increasingly unstable household, meeting surprising strangers, and seeing everyone she knows in new ways. Sometimes loose ends just want to stay loose. But what happens if they want to unravel completely?

Ope’s Opinion:  This story is definitely written from the perspective of a 15 year-old girl.  I felt like I was reading her diary.  

This book reminds me of my childhood, when my mom used to read me stories.  I felt like I was hearing a story, but I wasn’t ever drawn into the story enough to feel like I was a part of it.

The ending of the book wrapped things up.  It was a predictable ending.


Rating: Three Chairs – I like book enough to suggest it to a friend or two.

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