- By L.P. Suzanne Atkinson

Ties That Bind

  • Title: Ties That Bind
  • Author: L.P. Suzanne Atkinson
  • ISBN: 9780994959058
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ties That Bind This is a story about Dr Norah Clarke a woman both unexceptional and extraordinary It is about how she s affected by people and happenings around her and how in turn she effects the lives of others

    This is a story about Dr Norah Clarke, a woman both unexceptional and extraordinary It is about how she s affected by people and happenings around her and how, in turn, she effects the lives of others It is a story of loss and forgiveness a story of learning to love and be loved a story of growing, of friendship and of simple pleasures The novel spans the better partThis is a story about Dr Norah Clarke, a woman both unexceptional and extraordinary It is about how she s affected by people and happenings around her and how, in turn, she effects the lives of others It is a story of loss and forgiveness a story of learning to love and be loved a story of growing, of friendship and of simple pleasures The novel spans the better part of six decades, weaving together the culture, politics, and landscapes of those times Each contact and each experience brings its own particular influence into the picture of a life being lived in the best way possible, given both the endurances and alternatives Dr Clarke, the professor, is introduced to you at the beginning of the fall semester You will be propelled back in time to watch her struggle in her journey to become the woman you believe her to be You are likely to be annoyed with some of her decisions and oftentimes frustrated with the results Like all of us on our journey, we are bound by our experiences, shaped by our choices, and molded by the vessel of life that surrounds us The power to change course comes with the gaining of insights into the impacts of ties that bind.

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    1. This is a 5 star review posted on A WONDERFUL, WARM, INTERESTING READBy Maxine Marten on August 29, 2014I was gifted with a copy of Ties that Bind and loved the wonderful backdrop of an antique business in Nova Scotia, academia, and Montreal, and in those settings I connected with characters that seemed so real and flawed and busy with their lives that I wanted to reach out and shake them – even wished to save them at times. Nora's struggles and her quirky view of the world and old things and [...]

    2. The following review was received in a letter to the author on November 18, 2014:Well done, Suzanne. This is a book to give to your friends who enjoy an entertaining read. The detailed descriptions make you part of Norah's journey as you see them in your mind and anxiously await the next chapter. Can't wait for your next book to come out.LaVerne Porter

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