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The Twilight Tsunami was an easy read, but that's not to say it was easy to read. The trials and ordeals children and social workers go through, if this book is accurate (and from the little I've heard before reading this I believe it is), makes it difficult to read. I felt so badly for the kids having to go through so much pain and constantly being moved from one home to another. I also felt terribly for a couple of the foster workers, because of what happened to them.
The story had several points of view and while it was easy to follow along, it made it kind of choppy for me. I really didn't understand why certain people were mentioned as much as they were.
The ending was both sweet and confusing. I'm not sure what difference the "big reveal" was supposed to make, since the story ended very soon afterwards, but it did explain a little why a certain person possibly behaved the way they did.
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Kindle: 320 pages
Published: Harvard Square Editions (October 28, 2016)
Available to purchase: Amazon (Kindle)
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