One Moment, One Morning

One Moment, One Morning, Sarah Rayner

I read this on stolen time (i.e. at work) over about six weeks but I’m still counting it! Bit of escapism – got a plot that keeps your interest. It seems all very true to life, a realistic portrayal of grief but there is not enough depth. The fact that I’m finding this really boring to review says enough about this book missing that literary something that would really make me recommend it.