Thursday, July 28, 2011

Fall for Anything by Courtney Summers Review

, 230 pages
Published December 21st 2010 by St. Martin's Griffin

Book Description :

When Eddie Reeves’s father commits suicide her life is consumed by the nagging question of why? Why when he was a legendary photographer and a brilliant teacher? Why when he seemed to find inspiration in everything he saw? And, most important, why when he had a daughter who loved him more than anyone else in the world? When she meets Culler Evans, a former student of her father’s and a photographer himself, an instant and dangerous attraction begins. Culler seems to know more about her father than she does and could possibly hold the key to the mystery surrounding his death. But Eddie’s vulnerability has weakened her and Culler Evans is getting too close. Her need for the truth keeps her hanging on...but are some questions better left unanswered?

Book Review:

Another book that has kept me hostage in all it's greatness.

Courtney summers has created a book that is so near perfect with all the unforgettable characters, dialog, and grief. This story is fiction but all too real as well, the effort put into this could knock out the effort I put into cooking. Yea, no comparison.

I could also sense Courtneys' determination to make this book meaningful as I was reading...she writes from the heart.

Another thing you should know is that I was never interested in any books dealing with suicides because I thought it would upset me. (Don't ask). But it was so much more than that and I could swear that all who love this book felt a part of it...right by Summer's side as she wrote this incredible novel; merging in a story that is so powerful and rich with life.

Fall for Anything is definitely a story worth reading. I borrowed this from the library; wish I owned a copy. that I think about, it's bargained price now on amazon for 4.00$ If anyone wants the link
Click here but if you're a little broke or not sure if you'll enjoy this one(Like I was. idiot I am.)...borrow it from the library.

Got to say this is one of my top favorite books.


1 comment:

  1. At first I didn't like the book as much as I'd wanted to but then all of a sudden. I was hooked. Great review Meg!