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Susan Bradley has commented on (3) products.

Summer Secrets by Jane Green
Summer Secrets

Susan Bradley, July 18, 2015

The author does a great job of taking us on a journey of a young woman (Cat) whom from childhood didn't think she fit in, a depressed mother and verbally abusive father along with genetics was a recipe for a life of bad decisions. Cat's story is not a new one but I was rooting for her through the whole book regardless of her digressions and painful truths.
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The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin
The Aviator's Wife

Susan Bradley, April 21, 2014

The Aviator's Wife will give you insight into the life of Anne Morrow Lindbergh and what it was like to be married to a man as famous as Charles Lindbergh. A compelling story from start to end about an unlikely marriage between the ambassadors daughter and the hero and her reluctance to fit Into his idea of what a wife should be while at the same time unable to break away from him. Anne might have loved the hero but ultimately found out the price of being the aviator's wife.
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The Circle by Dave Eggers
The Circle

Susan Bradley, December 10, 2013

Orwell got some things wrong big government is not big brother it is your employer. Mae(the protagonist and the victim)could be your daughter in today's competitive world where to get ahead you need a connection to get the job you want. Where in order to keep the perfect job what is required of you no matter what the consequences. Where with cult-like precision the employer becomes the driving force dictating every thought through social media. Dave Eggers has changed my views on social media through this book.
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