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  • Sweet Water
  • Cara Reinard
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  • 05 July 2018
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Sweet Water review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB What did her son do in the woods last night Does a mother really want to knowIt’s what Sarah Ellsworth dreamed of Marriage to her childhood sweetheart Martin Living in a historic mansion in Pennsylvania’s most exclusive borough And Finn a teenage son with so much promise UntilA call for help in the middle of. This one had so much promise in the beginning but went downhill pretty fast The premise is really intriguing and the first chapter hooked me but the narration just falls into this is the theme of the novel and I am telling you it right now kind of telling that drives me crazy in novels Sarah s internal narration when she was in college was also not the greatest college students have a lot thoughts beyond this boy is hot and I need to do my homework I think Sarah had the potential to be a really interesting character but the underdevelopment of her narration just made me irritated Suspense novels usually seem to have this problem the authors focus so much on creating the world and the twists that they don t devote enough time to the narration to drive the lessons home subtly There s a line where Sarah says something like rich people problems or white people problems which summarizes the entirety of the novel s plot uite nicely To be clear this wouldn t have necessarily been bad on its own but combined with the narration issues and some plot points that drove me crazy it made me lose patience for the novel She also euates weed to drugs so many times I started laughing whenever it was brought up She smells weed in the beginning and claims that makes Yazmin a troubled girl And we re supposed to believe that almost none of the kids at the rich private school smoked A non comprehensive list of the plot things that left me scratching my head view spoiler Sarah s father really let her marry the man who covered up Tush s death Sarah claims to be so open about how horrible her entire family is but she s been living it for years She puts on a pair of diamond earrings to go to the gala and then is disgusted when her husband offers to buy her a pair of emerald ones People married with opposite political views In this century Just not realistic Spencer who is her LOVE CHILD with the only redeemable character in this novel is just there His presence is acknowledged for like 50 words and then he just drops out of relevance again even after his brother goes to JAIL Sarah just like never saw her father Who raised her by himself There wasn t a fight or anything she just didn t show up Lastly her husband turned off the wi fi for DAYS and she didn t notice hide spoiler The Soul Thief really want to knowIt’s what Sarah Ellsworth dreamed of Marriage to her childhood sweetheart Martin Living in a historic mansion in Pennsylvania’s most exclusive borough And Finn a teenage son with so much promise UntilA call for help in the middle of. 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Sweet Water review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB Y that’s so unnervingly cold blooded Finn’s lies to the authorities are too comfortable too proficient not to arouse her suspicions Even the secrets of the old house she lives in seem to be connected to the incident As each troubling event unfolds Sarah must decide how far she’ll go to save her perfect life. The protagonist is infuriating All the right twists and details were there but they were not handled with subtlety at all Clues are shoved down your throat to the point where you think it s a foregone conclusion that it s as obvious to the narrator as it is to you and then two pages later or two chapters later she has her grand epiphany Sometimes you think she s just naive and then you realize she s just not that smart Not a book of female empowerment either yeah she leaves her awful husband that she never should have married but still needs a man to help her save the day Don t recommend Omnibus Films right twists and details were there but they were not handled with subtlety at all Clues are shoved down your throat to the point where you think it s a foregone conclusion that it s as obvious to the narrator as it is to you and then two pages later or two chapters later she has her grand epiphany Sometimes you think she s just naive and then you Graeco Egyptian Magick recommend

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Sweet Water review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB The night leads Sarah and Martin to the woods where they find Finn injured dazed and weeping near his girlfriend’s dead body Convinced he’s innocent Sarah and Martin agree to protect their son at any cost and not report the crimeBut there are things Sarah finds hard to reconcile a cover up by Martin’s famil. Oh goodnessI picked this as my First Reads selection and I was very disappointed I almost DNF d many times but I powered through I kind of wish I had just put it down The beginning was strong that first chapter pulled me in but then it was all downhill from there The story jumps between three different points in time but the jumps are really choppy and don t flow together at all The characters were not believable or likable in any way The main character s internal dialogue had so many cringe and eyeroll moments I m really not a fan of the this characters is so smart here s all the examples of why but let s watch her act reallllly stupid I m also not a fan of when stories make the answers so obvious to everyone but the main character who takes chapters to get to the logical conclusion I found that infuriating and not because I normally guess it all fairly uickly but because this book beans you over the head with it Really the twists were anything but You could see them coming from miles away and there was absolutely no subtly to them at all There were also so many plot holes and so many details that had absolutely no explanation The story missed the mark so badly I wouldn t recommend this to anyone