Whit’s End is a refreshing addition to books about realistic family drama. Though these kinds of books are not necessarily intended to to keep you on the edge of your seat, this one certainly did for me.That’s because the two women who are the viewpoint characters, Ava and Meg, are so engaging. As with all the other characters, they come across as real people addressing real problems.
Another reason the book is so compelling is that neither of them have easy solutions to their problems. In fact, they both appear trapped in situations they are powerless to resolve. Despite that, the author manages a twist ending that was plausible, yet unexpected.
This book is not in a genre I read very often–but I’m certainly glad I did this time.
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