Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Blind Faith

by Ellen Wittlinger
"After Liz Scattergood's grandmother, Bunny, dies, Liz's mother spirals into a deep depression. She barely gets out of bed, let alone does any work in her pottery studio like she used to. Then Liz's mom starts attending a spiritualist church, where she believes she can communicate with Bunny through a medium. Liz thinks it's weird, but she agrees to go along -- maybe it's a way for her and her mother to bond. But for Liz's atheist dad, the spiritualist church has the opposite effect -- it drives him away from her mom and their family.

Without anyone to talk to, Liz turns to her new neighbor, Nathan. He's dealing with his own mother's terminal cancer, and together, Liz and Nathan help each other cope in the wake of loss. In this moving novel, acclaimed author Ellen Wittlinger explores how a loved one's death impacts those who are left behind. "

1 comment:

Martha Valdez said...

I would definitely recommend this book; it has such an amazing plot and characters. I really liked this book, if a really boring day comes I’d read it again, or read another book from Ellen Wittlinger. I liked her writing and I think her other books are as good as this one.