I really loved this book.
Her mother convinced her that her marriage would be over if Danny returned home from his tour of duty, after being away for fifteen months, and found Book Reviewed by Stacey on www. As the years passed by Susie was desperate for another child, but month after month, year after year, she failed to become pregnant.
For 45 years Susie lived with her heartbreaking decision the best she could, but in doing so she had become distant from her husband, and an overbearing, pushy mother to her daughters. The Secret Child is one hell of a roller-coaster emotionally wise.
The book then goes back in time to July whilst Susie still had her son, just a day away from giving him up for adoption. Each chapter is a different period in time, as the book moves from one month to the next and sometimes jumping years. You get to feel how much pain Susie felt and how it impacted on her life and those close to her, especially her daughters who she was desperate to save from repeating her mistakes.
I felt like I was sitting with an elderly relative whilst they were telling me about their life, a life that they never fully lived. I love how Ms. Fisher has a beautiful way with words that resonated deep inside me.
The Secret Child is compelling and completely addicting! Kerry Fisher has managed to once again write a perfectly layered, emotional, deep, and beautiful story!
I devoured this book in just a few hours. Suzie is incredibly flawed, but I was emotional invested in her story and found myself rooting for her until the very last page.
Fantastic book and highly recommend!THE SECRET CHILD by Kerry Fisher is a gripping novel of family secrets, guilt and regret, that will leave you in tears. I normally read psychological thrillers, mystery, suspense thrillers, so this was a /5. Mar 18, · Already a huge collab in advance, the gem Tiesto and KSHMR deliver here exceeds all expectations.
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