The Lace Reader, by Brunonia Barry (audio)

lacereaderThis is the story of a woman who has spent most of her life dealing with the suicide of her twin sister in their teenage years. She has left her hometown of Salem but returns when her aunt dies, where she has to face not just her past, but her crazy cultish uncle and the fact that no matter how she wants to deny it, she can read the future in lace.

This is not the sort of book I normally read, but I tend to be more lenient in audio when it comes to types of books. This was the perfect way to experience the book as well. Bresnahan was a great reader who kept me engaged the whole time. The story was fascinating, and I could tell from the beginning that something was not quite right about it. Even so, I wasn’t prepared for a twist that makes me want to read the book over again from the beginning. It was very well done!

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1 Response to The Lace Reader, by Brunonia Barry (audio)

  1. Pingback: The Map of True Places, by Brunonia Barry (audio) | The Zen Leaf

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