The Map of True Places by Brunonia Barry
William Morrow an Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers
In this book each person may find something they recognize or they may enjoy living in the protagonist shoes and trying to figure out each character’s life. The book turned out to be a Surprise… it’s more about our main character Zee the psychologists than her patients. It flowed nicely; I didn’t want to put the book down and was reassuring if you wish to believe what you read, that most of us are in somewhat the same boat. Zee found herself; answers to her mother’s long wanted dream of true love and fathers lives. While you are enjoying the layering of stories and words of this book, you will also enjoy the texture of the rough edge cut pages. A book that feels like a good old friend.
I am actually reading this book again. Yes, a second time. I also like the texture of the rough edge cut paper they use with this printing.
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