Monday, December 13, 2010

Blog tour: Beneath the Silver Lining Trilogy

Beneath the silver lining

On the outside, her family appeared to be one big, happy family. Their house, with her parents, three sisters, and two brothers, was the epitome of a simple yet fulfilling life lived in a small town. But as the author would soon discover, her childhood was in fact a nightmarish phase of her life she would always be running from. Growing up as a carefree girl, Wolfe struggled to comprehend why she was reared in a family where children are deprived of their right to know the truth, adults are always right, and smoothing out a misunderstanding is never an option.
At the young age of nine, she started experiencing cruelty at the hands of her father, who not only abused her emotionally, but physically and sexually as well. Her mother, whose love she sought, was a stern woman who refused to see her husband’s mistakes. As if her deeply troubled relationship with her parents was not enough, Wolfe also had to deal with inner secrets involving creepy characters from the afterlife. Feeling tormented, confused, solitary, and even filthy, this naïve girl had yet to be transformed into a strong-willed woman who would become cynical about love and learn to depend on no one but herself while facing more of life’s bitterness.
The first of a series of three, Beneath the Silver Lining Trilogy: Secrets of the Black Box chronicles the author’s journey along a perplexing road of growing up. It was originally written as a therapeutic way to heal her inner wounds and to let go of the pain and anger. However, it is now shared to bring inspiration to readers — especially women.

My review:
This book is very difficult to read.  The author went through some terrible things as a child, things that nobody should have to live through, let along at 10 years old.  While the story is well told, some of the grammar and punctuation mistakes detract somewhat from the story.  It is impressive that this is the author's first book.  After reading her story, I feel like I really know her, which is something that a lot of authors don't do very well.  The author was forced to grow up very young, and she went through a lot in her life.  She is a very strong and brave woman, and her story could have turned out much worse.  This is the first part of a trilogy, and I will definitely give the other two books a chance.  Hopefully they will be much happier than this one.

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