I couldn't stop reading this until I knew what happened, and the story kept getting better and better. I've already talked a couple of people into getting their own copies.Summary:
To their friends, Nick and Cathy Chance have the perfect marriage. High school sweethearts who’ve been together for ten years, they’ve weathered challenges and are as committed as they were when they first fell in love. Cathy trusts Nick, Nick’s world revolves around his wife, and the future looks golden. To everyone who knows them, Cathy Chance and Roxanne Ruiz have a perfect friendship. They connected in grade school and since then have been each others' confidant and trusted advisor. Cathy loves the gorgeous Roxanne like a sister, Roxanne has fun-loving Cathy’s back in every situation, though lately there’s been tension between these two best friends. And then, on a sunny summer morning, the unthinkable occurs, throwing into doubt the truth of what these people really know about themselves and one another, when one extraordinary twist of fate turns their lives upside down.My life outside books
We filled the van today when we went to see "To Kill a Mockingbird" onstage at The Rep (Repertory Theatre) here in St. Louis. See a video about the three local children who play the parts of Scout, Jem, and Dill; they talk about acting and what it's like for them. The singing was excellent, and I loved how the actors moved props around to set the stage as they were reciting their lines. They were so good and I was so focused on the actions that I later wondered, "How'd she get up that tree without my even noticing?" Or how'd she get down, even after I was determined to notice what was going on?Thanks to Helen @ Helen's Book Blog for the "my life in books" and "my life outside books" pattern I adopted today. She's been doing her Sunday Salon posts that way, and I like it. What do you think?
Sunday Salon — at separate computers in different time zones — to talk about our lives and our reading.