A women leaves her family to live with her first love. However, mismatched events leads the family to believe she drowned in the lake instead. This is the struggle of the daughter growing up without a mother, and later finding out her mother is alive and well.
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The review of this Book prepared by Colleen
This is the very fascinating story of many forms of love.
Ms. Binchy excels in intimately acquainting the reader with a woman who is has desperately searched for "true" love. When she feels she has found it, once again she realizes her loss. The story is very complex and never dull. I think back on the story often and will always consider "The Glass Lake" one of the most excellent books I have read.
The review of this Book prepared by Delight Comphel