Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Book Review - Finding My Way by Kathryn Foster

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Camilla is a retired psychologist who was diagnosed with cancer, however, she manages to live until 94. Camilla is surrounded by people who love her. She was 55, when she met Javier, a fellow dancer and falls madly in love with each other. Her lifelong friendship with Rosie, who have been together through thick and thin. Along with her close relationship with her great granddaughter,  Chelsea.

This book was awful and painful to read. The way it was formatted alone was an eyesore. It was boring and made very little sense. I don't get the reason why the story alternated between past and present and at random points for random stories. Then, I don't understand how Camilla and Chelsea has a power to "heal" people. Is it a joke or real? Either way, this book was not worth the time it took to read.

**Disclosure - I receieved a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest opinion**

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