Imagine having the opportunity to move into a little cabin on a remote tropical island with seabirds, turtles and hardly any other people. Well, that’s what happened to Anna Fergusson. This story was set in a great location with an interesting mix of characters.
Although I didn’t completely fall in love with the story, I did enjoy it, and found it to be an interesting and thought provoking read, covering the subjects of Huntington’s disease and the conservation of turtles, both of which are expanded upon in the facts section after the novel, which I thought was an interesting and important addition.
I also enjoyed the epilogue, and thought the book club questions section was a nice touch, as it made me think about aspects of the story after I had finished reading it.
I would like to thank the publisher, She Writes Press for allowing me a copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.