Matt Fairman Fairman itibaren Dornoch, Dornoch, Highland IV25, İngiltere
A quiet, thoughtful book that stayed with me long after I read it. I read it over again whenever I need a reminder of how powerful clean, pure, distilled prose can be.
On October 14th, many of people disappeared and families were shaken by what they called The Rapture. Despite people unbelief in something that seems incredulous, there are few people that refuse to believe anything contrary to to it. Kevin Garney is a man that is busy with his work, and trying to balance his family chaos that is springing out control. Tom is his son who does not live with him, cause he is away in college, dealing with a baby situation that shakes everyone. Jill is a teen that has grown reckless, by hanging with her friend Aimeen. In addition, Nora Dust tries to put her past behind her, but struggles to live in the present, without her son. The community mourn the lost of the people that disappeared, but manage to remain strong through it all. This book slightly disappointed me, I anticipated an amazing book but it was just mediocre to say the least. Perrotta is one of my favorite authors and I hate to say this,but this was my least favorite book by him.