Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The Comfort of Lies is a book that will have you talking about it in a good way.
I first got my taste of Mrs. Meyers when I read The Murderer’s Daughter. I instantly fell in love with that book. So when I say Mrs. Meyers had a new book releasing, I had to check it out. This book is definitely character driven. I loved to hate some of the characters. Caroline for example. I thought that she was mean towards Savannah in the beginning and selfish. It was like she did not want to be bothered with having a child in her life. Caroline’s husband, Peter on the other hand was a great father. Another person that I felt got on my nerves at times was Juliette.
I could side with her for what she was going through and the feelings she had towards Nathan and Savannah. However, on the other hand I did feel like Juliette took things a bit far with her obsession involving Savannah. Tia did learn just how right her mother was as she struggled with her decision to give up Honor. This book is a quick read. The Comfort of Lies is a book that will have you talking about it in a good way. This book will also have you suggesting it to your friends to read.