Close My Eyes - Sophie McKenzie Reviews
Description:ISBN 1471111733 / Paperback: 400 pages / Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK / Published: 9 May 2013 / Language: English
Newest Review: ... to the character of Gen who I didn't immediately warm to at all. I know that having a stillborn child must be absolutely ... more
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by - written on 01/07/13 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Geniver Loxley and her husband, Art are contemplating yet another round of IVF. They had a child once but Beth was stillborn and all attempts to have more children have failed. Life for Gen has become routine. She teaches a creative writing class but her own creativity died along with Beth and Gen has been grieving for her daughter ever since. She loves her husband, who has been steadily building a successful business over the fourteen years of their marriage and providing them with a comfortable life. He seems to have moved on from their loss, but Gen recognises that though she loves her husband, their marriage, like her life, is in a bit of a rut. One ... Read the complete review
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