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Publisher Description

Who can you trust if not the ones you love? That is the question at the heart of Family Pictures, an emotional, page-turning story about what it means to be a family from New York Times bestselling author, Jane Green

"Green's novels consistently deliver believable, accessible, heartfelt, often heartwarming stories about real people, problems, and feelings."-Redbook

Sylvie and Maggie are two women living on opposite coasts with children about to leave the nest for school. Both are in their forties with husbands who travel more than either would like. The looming emptiness of their respective homes has left them feeling anxious and lonely, needing their husbands to be home now more than ever. It isn't until Eve, Sylvie's daughter, happens to befriend Maggie's daughter that the similarities between these two women become shockingly real. A huge secret has remained well hidden for years until now-and their lives will be blown apart as dark truths from the past come to the surface. Can these two women learn to forgive, for the sake of their children...and for themselves?

"This gripping story is ultimately one of redemption."-Library Journal

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
March 19
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Press
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
1.5
MB

Customer Reviews

Elfhaterlori ,

Enjoyed it!

My first time reading a book from this Author, although I listened to the audio version. The narrators voice was very pleasant to listen to and spoke very well each characters voice tones.

This is actually my first time reading a fiction story, I read historical and non fiction as a rule but something about this stories blurb sounded so interesting. I enjoyed it very much. An interesting plot line that kept me wondering the whole story through

Unimpressed917 ,

Really?

This book is lovely if you have a second grade reading level and like stories that are completely ridiculous. Every single female character in this book is chock full of desperation and naïveté. Add some eating disorders, alcoholism, and shocking (errr....or not) secrets and you have a terrible, predictable, and poorly written waste of money. Fail. Big time.

Shelley McCaw ,

Family pictures

Average book, not enough entertainment for the price. Wait for the sale.

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