Book Review: The Muir House

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Welcome to my site. Pardon the dust, we have been moving boxes around, launching a new book (or getting ready at least for Monday December 5th and more)

I hope you have been enjoying this tour, and making sure you stop in all the different places, you should have come from Rachel Wojnarowski page, otherwise, make sure you stop there. After you read here, make sure sure you go to tomorrow to Ivan Bickett site.

Now to the Review…


Secrets… Secrets…  Many people have them, most people do their best to keep them that way, secrets are supposed to stay that way, until they don’t anymore.

But this story is not only about the secrets, even that, you will hunt the secret with Willa for a long time during the novel, but more to find home, the real home.

There was one thing I really enjoy about Willa, her determination, after she decided that she need it to discover the truth, uncover the secret, fill the void, she did not stop, she look for it, and hunt it down. That’s most likely the most important lesson of this book, and one of the reasons I enjoy this very much.

I enjoy reading this book, the story allow you to move forward, to hope that Willa answer all those questions, make you think, laugh and cry. Each chapter give you a clue, and make you feel one step closer.

This is one of those books, that will make you think about your life, while I don’t had Willa’s life, it make me think on my own, on the good things, on the things I miss, and the secrets that were kept from me over the years.

6 thoughts on “Book Review: The Muir House

  1. I like how the book presents the question are you better off knowing these secrets or not…. better yet, I like how Wila’s character pursues the knowledge of the secrets so intensely that the mere pursuit of it sets up dysfunctions that compete with the detriment of the secrets itself.

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