The House We Grew Up In
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
I was surprised at how engrossing this story was. I didn't actually like many of the characters but they were in a very engaging story.I liked the additional characters that were introduced to explain the family. The issues that were addressed were handled very realistically in my view. I would reco...
I have to start this review with the following quote from the book: “I love other people’s families,” he said. “They always make me feel better about my own.” Secrets, lies, fears, estrangement, tragedies. Hidden or not, every family has them. We can’t deny that. The House We Grew Up In tells the ...
I didn't like the book from the beginning, but I was hoping it would get better. It never happened. Everyone was tutting and smiling tightly. Going back and forth from past to present was confusing for me. Every problem anyone has ever had in the world, this book has them in it.
Book – The House We Grew Up In Author – Lisa Jewell Publication Date – August 12, 2014 Genre – Chick Lit Type – Stand-Alone Cliffhanger - No Rating – 3 3/4 out of 5 Stars Complimentary Copy generously provided by Atria Books via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis Meet the Bird f...