4 bookmarks, “I thought this was a wonderful book that had me wondering what was similar between my great-grandmother and me. I definitely will recommend the book to family and friends that love fiction.” Click Mind of Fog Reviews to read more.
I enjoyed it, “As an old fan of the saga (think John Jakes meets Nevil Shute, with a very different story-telling perspective), I found myself easily slipping back into that style of reading. It’s not an action-based skim-to-finish experience. It’s a deeper connection. And it’s a lot of fun, especially when the story is interesting. Like a lot of saga-type books, it’s not really about the destination, it’s about the journey.” Click The Pen & Muse to read more.
4 stars, “This story starts in both 1896 and 1975. There are two tales woven together in this breezy book…Both are relatively independent women; however, what does that mean for each of them? What is independence for a woman in the late 1800’s and in the 1970’s?” See Book Reviews R US full review here.
This book really hit me, “I’m going to be honest, this book really hit me. For the first time in a very long time I enjoyed connecting with a character in a book, in this case, two characters. As we switch back and forth in time to experience the lives of the two main characters, the author does an excellent job of creating memorable scenes and events… As we experience the joys and drama of their lives, these two women take us on quite a ride.” Click to read the full review.
3 cups, A Good Read, “Starting Over is an in-depth look into the lives of two women from two different generations. It is fascinating to see the similarities of their circumstances and how they made the most of what they had. ” Click Coffee Time Romance to read more.
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