Tuesday, 21 March 2017
The Girl at the End of the Road by K.A. Hitchins
A man loses everything he values in life. He will have to return to the past if he wants to discover his future.
Vincent Stevens is moving back home after losing everything in the economic downturn – high-flying city job, swanky flat and trophy girlfriend. The small Suffolk village of his birth is no more exciting than he remembers. He wants his old life back, at any cost. First he must disentangle himself from family obligations and the strange friendship he has struck up with the enigmatic Sarah, a girl from his past and the antithesis of everything he most admires. A shocking discovery forces him to make the biggest decision of his life. Will he return to a world defined by winners and losers, or will he choose love?
I was offered this book in return for a review. I would like to thank the author for allowing me to read this book.
I found it quite hard going as it took me a bit of time to get into the book. I wasn't sure what I was expecting to read and find out about in the book. I've never read anything from the author before.
You'd be mistaken it was a love story between 2 people. A man down on his luck (having lost his job, girlfriend and home), to moving back to his parents in Elmsford. He meets an old school friend who works as a librarian.
He finds out more about himself as he and his friend get to know each other. It also covers a slight part of Autism and driving lessons.