Friday, January 25, 2013
Carry Yourself Back to Me by Deborah Reed, a review
I found CARRY YOURSELF BACK to ME a slog, but a rich, enjoyable experience. While I didn't fly from chapter to chapter, I never tired of the writing or found myself unwilling to continue. The folk-singer protagonist, Annie Walsh, is a complex character entangled in relationships with two men and a bit of a stressful family mystery—her brother is accused of murder. This is a novel well worth the effort of reading.