Book Reviews of Fault Lines

Fault Lines
Fault Lines
Author: Anne Rivers Siddons
ISBN-13: 9780060176143
ISBN-10: 0060176148
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 327
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: Harpercollins
Book Type: Hardcover
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Am I the only one who didn't enjoy this book? Please tell me I'm not alone!
Trite story, forgettable characters, ridiculous plot twists and turns. I couldn't wait for one of the main characters to get kicked off. Worse than a trip to the dentist.
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Another enjoyable story by Ann Rivers Siddons about a Southern woman finding herself. I found much of it facinating, some of it a bit cloying, but nonetheless worth the time.
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Loved it!
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anne rivers siddons books are always worthwhile, this one is no exception.
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Ann Rivers Siddons has a way of developing her characters so that I really felt I knew these people! It's a wonderful story about family and sticking up for yourself. I hated to see this one end!
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It just gets better and better with every turn of the page. You'll laugh and cry and identify!
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classic Siddons!
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Talented writer .
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A love story combined with a mother/daughter crisis....this book will grab you, hold you,
and leave your heart feeling very touched. One of Siddon's very best .... I've read it twice!
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A fun read, another good one by Anne Rivers Siddons
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In uncharted territory, the best map of all is the human heart.
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A family argument sends a daughter running from her Atlanta home to her Aunt Laura in Hollywood. The mother is compelled to follow her. The mother, daughter, and sister will struggle to see if the widening fissures between them can be healed.
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On impulse three women take off in a red Mustang convertible, barelling up the wild coast from the Palm Desert to the Santa Cruz mountains outside San Francisco - earthquake country.
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Merritt Fowler is a natural caretaker-of her physician husband Pom, her lovely, fragile daughter Glynn, her erratic younger sister Laura, and even her destructive mother in law.
Exhausted and confused, Merritt no longer knows who she is or what is important to her. She only knows that she
is searching for something.
When a family argument sends Glynn running from her Atlanta home to her Aunt Laura in Hollywood, Merritt feels compelled to follow. On impulse, the three women take off in Laura's red Mustang convertable, barrelling up the wild coast from the Palm Springs Desert to the Santa Cruz Mountains outside San Francisco-earthquake country.
There in the protective shade of the great redwoods, Merritt, Glynn, and Laura struggle to see if the widening fissures between mother, daughter and sister can be healed, as they search for the bedrock of strength and courage that can save them.