The Color of Sorrow Isn't Blue
How do you lose a child?
It's not so hard, really. You simply make one irredeemable choice.
For Bristol Taylor, that choice will haunt her for the rest of her life. With the first anniversary of little McKinsey Taylor's disappearance, Bristol plans to escape to her stepmother's beach house -- which is no beach house at all, but a 20-foot trailer on a cracked slab in Half Moon Bay. It is a shell's throw from the water, she'll give her that.
All she wants is to be alone as she faces what she prays will be the one and only anniversary she has to endure. But Bristol's stepmother, sister, and best friend have no intention of letting Bree spend the weekend by herself. This unlikely trio hijacks her plans -- and her idea -- and hit the road for the coast, with Bristol an unwilling captive.
Love covers a multitude of sins, they say, but can it truly redeem the irredeemable?
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WHAT READERS SAY
The story and the characters are haunting me in the loveliest way
I love the languid, literary style of this book. It reminds me of The Lovely Bones.
I laughed, I cried, I held my breath more than once. A true emotional and literary masterpiece.