Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Tuesday Fiction Review: The Eve Tree

Hello,  How is your Tuesday?

Today, I introduce you a book, about a troubled wife, Molly, and how she survives fire threats with conditions super tough,  family members have different understandings of her case, they have gone out in different directions to reflect, think, and draw wisdom before the perfect ending, forgiveness is one of the major theme in this book, love costs, love could be troublesome, love wins when everyone is determined to bring out the best in the one you love.

Thanks for reading, if you wish to know more,

Read the following quote to learn about the book:

“When Molly's ranch is threatened by a nearby forest fire, she realizes she will do whatever she can to save it, even at the cost of her fragile mental stability.

Jack, Molly's husband, will do whatever he can to save Molly. He alone knows the true cost of her breakdown, sixteen years ago.

Catherine, Molly's elderly mother, is caught between regrets of the past and the present fiery threat. She returns to the ranch and begins a project that she hopes will somehow bring Molly back to wholeness, a project that has nothing to do with fighting fires.

As the whole family waits out the four days that the fire continues toward them, they dig deeply into the past to find the healing that they need and reclaim their place on the earth.

The Eve Tree is a haunting, lyrical novel about the desperation of family, the difficulty of love, and the strength of forgiveness. “

Check out amazon.com to buy a copy, thanks for the patience, Happy Day To You.