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In the Margins by Kerri Farrell Foley (2013-09-21)

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  • By Brian Vowels on March 21, 2014

    As a previous contributor to, and a reader of, the author’s online literary journal, "Crack the Spine," it only makes sense that I would have an interest in her own literary contributions. I was excited to see the release of her first novel and I downloaded the Kindle version to pass the time while on a business trip. It was a great decision on my part. The novel is so well-written and the range of emotions you experience reading about Liam and Allie’s passionate relationship almost leaves you breathless.Kerri Farrell Foley’s portrayal of Liam and Allie tumultuous love affair feels real to me. She captures the essence of the human condition. Her characters: fight through expectations of family and friends; struggle with their need for validation; and are lost in the confusion that sometimes manifests itself when men and women have close friendships. As the characters move through the stages of their relationship, I sympathized with their plight, rooted for their success and, at some points, detested them for their betrayals.She writes the novel from a unique perspective – using alternating first-person recollections to portray their early relationship and she mixes that with a third-person narration that recounts their current lives. The story moves fast and you can’t stop flipping the pages.I highly recommend this novel especially if you like gritty, real portrayals of characters. I want to read more of Liam and Allie.

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