I liked this book because it had to do with Anna, a native “Mainer” who was struggling with a dilemma – her mother’s death, her dad not getting along with her, and whether she should come back to Maine to continue with her art or whether she should stay in New York and show her art. She did a lot of soul searching in a very picturesque setting. The title is a line in the poem written by John Keats but doesn’t really fit the story. I did not give this book five stars because the amount of wrong word usage and plenty of misspellings constantly disrupted the flow of my reading.
Book Review: The Wideness of the Sea by Katie Curtis
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