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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Waiting on Wednesday (15)

Fall for Anything by Courtney Summers
(St. Martin's Griffin/December 21, 2010)

When Eddie Reeves’s father commits suicide her life is consumed by the nagging question of why? Why when he was a legendary photographer and a brilliant teacher? Why when he had a daughter who loved him more than anyone else in the world? When she meets Culler Evans, a former student of her father’s and a photographer himself, an instant and dangerous attraction begins. He seems to know more about her father than she does and could possibly hold the key to the mystery surrounding his death. But Eddie’s vulnerability has weakened her and Culler Evans is getting too close. Her need for the truth keeps her hanging on… but some questions should be left unanswered.

Courtney Summers writes about so many tough subjects! Hopefully this will be as good as her other novels!

What are you waiting on this Wednesday?


Amber said...

I have only read Cracked Up To Be but I agree that Summers always writes about tough subjects and always does it really well. This novel should be no exception and is one I'm looking forward to myself. Great choice!

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Liz @ Cleverly Inked said...

I love the cover and it does sound interesting.

SURAJIT said...

An even greater aspiration for me is that this book reach deep into the mind of anyone who is contemplating taking their life and show them that they are not alone, that there is always another answer, another way, no matter what. Those so desperate need to know that they don't just destroy themselves, but everyone around them as well; their family, friends and acquaintances. I pray that my perilous journey through those darkest days will bring light and hope to anyone on that final path, and draw them back.
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