Friday, May 20, 2016

Appetite - Review #SRC2016

It’s not uncommon for one’s parents to have reservations about a boyfriend/girlfriend.  Or to feel that no one will fully be good enough for their child.  For Jenn, who returns from India with a man claiming to be a guru and who she’s planning on marrying, her parents are on red alert from the moment they learn of Arun.  Skeptical of his talents and concerned that he may be taking advantage of their only daughter, their mission is to rid their daughter of her rose colored glasses and reveal Arun for the person they feel so strongly that he is.

It’s no secret that we all want what’s best for our children.  Sometimes we let our love for them muddy up reality.  But in the end it’s their well-being and happiness that every parents desires.

Written with such emotion and honesty that it’s impossible not to relate to the characters, Appetite is a most satisfying read.

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Toward the end of her forty-year career as a creator of science museums, Sheila Grinell began to write fiction. Born in a taxi in Manhattan, she studied at the Bronx High School of Science, Harvard University, and the University of California, Berkeley. She lives in Phoenix with her husband and dog.

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