Saturday, March 3, 2012

Driving to Bel Air by William G. Jones

For a short story this had a lot of emotion.  The author depicted pefectly the emotions surrounding losing someone from all aspects.  He was also able to analyze what goes into a relationships and how to bring it back from the brink of destruction.

This was one of those books that makes you look at your own life, how you handled your losses and relationships and could find you lacking the understanding you should have had.  At times it was hard to read because I could see my own thoughts reflected on those pages.

Overall it was a good book to read but not a casual read.  In order to get the most from this book it has to be studied and not just read.  I think the author did a good job tearing apart then repositioning the human emotions surrounding loss and family feelings.  I recommend it.

Reviewed by Sue Owen

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