Published by Fig Tree Books, Penguin Group on March 17, 2015
Genres/Lists: Fiction, #30Authors
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I’m calling it – Our Endless Numbered Days is going to be a hit. I feel pretty confident in saying this because I usually don’t like books told through the eyes of a child or teenager and I made it almost a quarter of the way through before realizing that’s how this book is written, which says a lot. Plus, it has a twist that will leave you stunned.
So what’s the book about? In short, it’s about a girl returned to society recounting her time living in the woods with her survivalist father, who yanked her from her mother and society at the age of 8 and their 9 years living in the woods. Convinced that the outside world has been obliterated, Peggy Hillcoat indulges her father’s obsessive need to always have a project at hand and learns to appreciate the natural world she has been thrust into. For his part, Dad is doing what he thinks is best – he truly believes in his survivalist mission and thinks he has done the right thing.
Or does he?Lyrically written, @ClaireFuller2 has written a book that is absolutely impossible to put down. Click To Tweet
Lyrically written (I say this because music is a big part of the story), Fuller has written a book that is absolutely impossible to put down. Every time you think you can tuck it in for the night, she drops a bombshell in the form of a short and simple sentence that leaves you with no other choice than to keep reading. Not only that, every time you think you’ve figured the story out, you realize you’re probably wrong and are compelled to keep reading. That said, this isn’t your typical mystery or suspense novel, but rather a stunning work of fiction that lends an air of mystery to it.
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