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Letting in the Light (The Spindrift Trilogy)

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Then an assassin's bullet fired in faraway Sarajevo sets in motion a chain of events that changes everything. Love how Ellie settles into life quite quickly at Rowan Hill and that it seems to help her gain confidence, which she then in turn uses to help others around her who aren't fulfilling their potential. And being reminded that I am not alone, while saddening, is, (perhaps selfishly), a comfort in itself. Maybe it was something from their deceased parents or grandparents’ home, which had a resonance, or was part of their family history. The final book in the trilogy covers the period of the first world war and sees all of the characters find themselves in completely different circumstances from their usual artistic community.

Ellie is immensely likeable, Will is immensely gorgeous-sounding and I couldn’t help but fall a little bit in love with him, as I also did with Finn. This was quite a special good read that will give the readers a good look of 'friendship, love, with a community like [Rowan Hill] heartbreaking, to hope and even forgiveness.But it’s unfair to single out any of the works in the exhibition: not only is the standard is very high, but the range of techniques used, and experiences behind them, are so varied. Reach out a hand of friendship, acknowledge your short comings and then invite him or her along for the journey. What a beautiful book- and I will be eagerly looking out for Emma’s next book The cover is enough to tempt you to pick it up and then you are drawn into the wonderful story and great characters. Learn that paying attention heals, and helps us remember and glues the pieces of our life back together. Some books you just speed through because you can't wait to see what happens next and you're just so caught up in what excitement is bubbling up that you just blow through it.

It helps sustain my hopefulness, and not to wallow in the misery and frustrations of my condition, and my brokenness.

I'm so sorry I left the book so long Emma - it really deserves its ongoing success, I wish it a very happy book birthday, and I hope it won't be too long until we're able to read your next. I get afraid when I can’t walk too much, or as much as I used to, I am thankful that I can walk with my walker. Your wise words – getting immersed in the acceptance stage and try to make the most of it – is the way forward.

Village gossip hints that he’s gay and his wife left him because he wouldn’t give her a baby but this doesn’t deter Ellie from trying to get to know Will, and the more she does the more she starts to like him. That would be an accurate description of Letting In Light for me when I borrowed it through Prime Reading.

It also reminded me of Michael O’Brien’s story, “I Think They Look Cool, Dad,” published in the anthology Dear Gratitude, created by Chris Palmore. To me the sign of a good book is one where on a day where I'm absolutely shattered, and have the option of sleeping or reading on my commute to work, what wins without even thinking was continuing my enjoyment of Letting In Light. Let The Light In” is the twelfth song on Lana Del Rey’s ninth studio album Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd.

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