Blink of an Eye by Cath Staincliffe

Published August 26, 2013

Blink of an Eye by Cath Staincliffe

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I think I must have picked this up in a Kindle sale because it’s not my normal kind of purchase. I whipped through it quite quickly, it’s an easy read in terms of style and writing, but the content is where it gets tricky. Telling the story from a mother and a daughter’s perspective, we’re granted the inside line to what happens when a terrible car accident changes the family’s life forever.

It was quite predictable in places, but there were also some interesting insights in others. It came back to a satisfying ending, and given the circumstances in the book, I was glad it wasn’t a completely happy one with all the stories tied up in a neat bow. As it wasn’t too much of an investment, I enjoyed reading it, but I’m not sure I would particularly recommend it to others.

Rating: Unrated

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