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A Thread So Fine Two sisters struggle against generations of hidden traumas in a richly woven story that celebrates the wondrous nature of family St Paul, MN, 1946 As little girls, the Malone sisters relied on each other for companionship and affection as their mother remained distant, beating back the demons of her own mysterious childhood Now, as young women ready to embrace promising futures, their lives are instead changed by two tragedies Their powerful bonds of love and loyalty threaten to break under the weight of trauma and loss, secrets and misunderstandings One sister leaves, possibly forever Heart broken and scarred from a battle with tuberculosis, the other vows to never let go of the invisible thread that runs between them and in the course of her journey, discovers the true meaning of family. Free Download A Thread So Fine [ by ] Susan Welch [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – soaringeaglecasino.us

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  1. says:

    Two sisters, a secret and two lives forever altered This is a totally captivating novel that plunges the reader into the lives of Shannon and Eliza, two Irish American sisters living in the post World War II American Midwest Their experiences and dreams take them in totally different directions and I was totally immersed in the story I ached at their estrangement and rooted for their reconciliation I loved the historical details as well, especially that Frances Perkins is a character This i...


  2. says:

    A lovely historical fiction that I finished in 3 days.It will take you through the journey of a family that appears whole but there are many secretsand the silence between them is deafening.The plot was not predictable at all which I so appreciate in a good read.Great 1st work from this author I...


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    Read my full review here St Paul, MN, 1946 As little girls, the Malone sisters relied on each other for companionship and affection as their mother remained distant, beating back the demons of her own mysterious childhood Now, as young women ready to embrace promising futures, their lives are instead changed by two tragedies Their powerful bonds of love and loyalty threaten to break under the weight of trauma and loss, secrets and misunderstandings Read my full review here St Paul, MN, 1946 As little girls, the Malone sisters relied on each other for companionship and affection as their mother remained distant, beating back the demons of her own mysterious childhood Now...


  4. says:

    I LOVED this book I took it on vacation an annual vacation with my fab sisters, where normally books do not get read and devoured it My sisters occasionally complained that I was too absent from them, because I couldn t tear myself away from A Thread So Fine But, after all, this book is about among other things SISTERHOOD and how could they argue Welch is a fine writer One of my litmus tests of great writing is when I m compelled to go back and re read particularly exquisite sentenc I LOVED this book I took it on vacation an annual vacation with my fab sisters, where normally books do not get read and devoured it My sisters occasionally complained that I was too absent from them, because I couldn t tear myself away from A Thread So Fine But, after all, this book is about among other things SISTERHOOD and how could they argue Welch is a fine writer O...


  5. says:

    Susan Welch has woven no pun intended a family saga with tremendous attention to detail that retained an ease to read I was initially surprised as the book jumped forward in time but that allowed her to unravel a complex story in a readable space I loved this book s sense of place, time, and character development I also appreciated the early references to the women s movement and Eliza s role as an academic trailblazer,...


  6. says:

    I was pulled into A Thread So Fine so that the 350 pages were finished over a weekend I loved the flow of the story and unexpected turns I was in tears at the ending, it really touched my heart.


  7. says:

    I love this book The story is interesting and relatable, and kept me anxiously anticipating what happens next The author does an excellent job of setting the scenes and vividly describing situations and characters I didn t want it to end I hope to readfrom this author.


  8. says:

    Susan Welch has done her homework She wove a beautiful tale and painted a detailed picture of life in the midwest in the 1950s and beyond I really couldn t put this book down

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