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Firstly, I have to say that there parts of this book that I really liked. It’s no secret that I love Irish fiction with characters that are warm and colourful who live in small cosy communities where the pace of life is just that a little bit slower even though there is a lot going on in everyone’s lives. This book captured the essence of all of that in a lot of ways and was an easy to read story that did keep my interest.There are a number of characters and view points in the read but the main two are Roisin and Nell. Roisin is just turned 30 and she has always known that she was adopted but has felt complete in her adoptive family. Her birth mother died shortly after she was born and the only contact she has with her birth family is a card or letter that is delivered every year on her birthday.Nell has lived and worked in the local lighthouse for many a year. A reclusive character, she keeps herself to herself until now, when she finds a young waif and stray “Mouse” on her doorstep and takes her in. She has a secret which the reader will cotton onto very early on in the read and will just be waiting for the secret to come out and all the characters to “connect”.This is one of those books that I was glued to and raced through and as I clicked the Kindle off I thought “I really enjoyed that”. However, then I started thinking about it and the more I thought the more uncomfortable I felt.Going back many years, my brother was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 18 months. He is now in his forties and I remember at the time the doctors commented how unusual it was for someone so young to have diabetes. It is something that has always been in our family and we have always been aware of it. I was quite shocked at the way diabetes is treated here. If you look after your condition you should be fine, so I was surprised that a very young person who monitored their diabetes, ate properly and had regular check ups should suffer every single complication of this disease all at the same time. It just didn’t feel right. Having said that, I don’t have any medical training whatsoever, so feel free to jump on me on that point.Secondly, young Mouse who cannot read or write managed to learn to do just that, get a job, learn to drive and pass her driving test all within the matter of a few weeks (certainly less than four months) which is just not feasible.Finally though, and without going into detail – would any loving mother really have done what Nell did? I just cannot believe that anyone would under any circumstances.To sum up, the story itself is a good read as long as you don’t think too hard about it. Thanks to the publisher via Netgalley for the review copy.
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