The Affair: Book Review

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BY: Sheryl Browne

                This book is filled with twists and turns from the very first chapter.  The story follows a small family; Justin, Alicia and Sophie.  Each chapter puts into the thoughts of one of the characters in the story. Justin is no stranger to tragedy.  His entire family was murdered, and he was the person who found them.  Alicia was there for Justin through his grief and they built a life and family together.  Sophie is their daughter.  One night she overhears some secrets that upset the way she sees herself and her family.

                This little family is weathering a horrible accident.  The youngest child, Lucas, was killed during an automobile accident.  The whole family had been in the car.  Justin is a doctor but could not save his only son.  During this time, a man from Alicia’s past reappears and causes tension and disruption within the family.  Secrets come to light and unfortunate things occur.  The family needs to decide whether they can move forward or if the family is going to break apart.

                This is a book that I love to hate.  The twists and turns in this book are often and unexpected. I could not put the book down because I had to know what was going to happen.  I really hated some of the characters in the book.  They are well-done villains and the book makes you want to reach through the pages to catch them.  Nothing in the book is what I imagined it to be.  The ending was a big surprise.  If you want a book that will keep you guessing, then this is the book for you!

                I would not recommend this book for anyone who is sensitive to the topics of infidelity, child death, kidnapping or custody issues.

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