[Ebook] ➨ Thank You for All Things Author Sandra Kring – Thomashillier.co.uk

Thank You for All Things At Twelve, Lucy Marie McGowan Already Knows She Ll Be A Psychologist When She Grows Up And Her Quirky And Conflicted Family Provides Plenty Of Opportunity For Her To Practice Her Calling Now Lucy, Her Profoundly Gifted Twin Brother, Milo, Her Commitment Phobic Mother, And Her New Age Grandmother Are Leaving Chicago For Timber Falls, Wisconsin, To Care For Her Dying Grandfather A Complex And Difficult Man Whose Failure As A Husband And Father Still Painfully Echoes Down Through The Years.Lucy Believes Her Time In The Rural Town Where The McGowan Story Began Will Provide A Key Piece To The Puzzle Of Her Family S Broken Past, And Perhaps Even Reveal The Truth About Her Own Missing Father But What She Discovers Is So Much A Lesson About The Paradoxes Of Love And The Grace Of Forgiveness That The Adults Around Her Will Need Help In Remembering If Their Family Is Ever To Find Peace And Embrace The Future By Turns Heart Wrenching And Heart Mending, Thank You For All Things Is A Powerful And Poignant Novel By A Brilliant Storyteller Who Illustrates That When It Comes To Matters Of Family And Love, Often It Is The Innocent Who Force Others To Confront Their Darkest Secrets.


10 thoughts on “Thank You for All Things

  1. says:

    Sandra Kring s third novel, Thank You For All Things, holds within its pages themes and voices I love to read about family, sacrifice, love, surprise, forgiveness, home, belonging, and relationships particularly between mothers and daughters and fathers and daughters Kring s newest novel also has themes that are painful family violence, human death and death of a dream, and betrayal Kring doesn t whitewash the secret dark side of family however, she doesn t grab readers by the throat with Sandra Kring s third novel, Thank You For All Things, holds within its pages themes and voices I love to read about family, sacrifice, love, surprise, forgiveness, home, belonging, and relationships particularly between mothers and daughters and fathers and daughters Kring s newest novel also has themes that are painful family violence, human death and death of a dream, and betrayal Kring doesn t whitewash the secret dark side of family however, she doesn t grab readers by the throat with it, screaming at them to Listen I have a point to make here The focus of Kring s novelheavily relies on the characters and ...


  2. says:

    I really like this author Each of her books is told from the vantage point of a child who is real and wise and innocent and suffering because of choices those who love her have made Lucy is the main character in this one and the thing...


  3. says:

    i LOVE sandra kring i LOVE this book oh my what a great read i tho t her other books were good, well this one does NOT disappoint go get it RIGHT NOW and read it i love lucy if nothing else it teaches you a lesson, you might want to...


  4. says:

    The only negative I can say.is that I didn t read this book sooner.My friend brought me her copy I took it home and it got lost in the shuffle In fact, months later, she asked if I d read it and I said I did t have it lol Whilst cleaning out dust bunnies under my bedI found it From there, it sat on my nighstand for a few months I just had a feeling it was going to be sappy and light I was wrong Sandra Kring is a writer She writes in a way that captures you immediately and refuses t The only negative I can say.is that I didn t read this book sooner.My friend brought me her copy I took it home and it got lost in the shuffle In fact, months later, she asked if I...


  5. says:

    I loved this book, even though I d read it years before The people in the book are explored in such a way that you come to love and understand them all I would recommend all books by this author I ve read them all


  6. says:

    A fun and heartwarming novel Precocious 11 year old Lucy wants to know the truth about her father and her mother s fears and anger Lucy gets a chance to learn what s behind her mother s secrets when her family leaves Chicago for rural Wisconsi...


  7. says:

    Family dynamics are the main theme of this book A young mother with twins and no husband Her father dying i another town Her mother helping care for the husband.The children had so many questions about their missing father Lucy is the most inquisitive, asking the towns folks what t...


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I was drawn deep into the detailed world that was evoked by the carefully voiced narratives that comprise this book Lucy, the 11 year old precocious budding psychologist with the eidetic book memory, narrates the tightly woven tale that begins with a sudden call that her...


  9. says:

    WHEW This book sure has a lot to say about life, death, psychology, human nature, family dynamics.all kinds of deep junk for the mind to ponder Being told in the first person by 11 year old Lucy, gives the book an innocence and fresh perspective The author was brilliant in how she used techniques to let us into the intimate thoughts of the adult characters through journal entries, and overheard snips of conversations It was also a good decision by the author to make her young characters o WHEW This book sure has a lot to say about life, death, psychology, human nature, family dynamics.all kinds of deep junk for the mind to ponder Being told in the first person by 11 year old Lucy, gives the book an innocence and fresh perspective The author was brilliant in how she used techniques to let us into the intimate thoughts of the adult c...


  10. says:

    I found myself LOL throughout the book right down to the last few chapters and pages of the book From the minute I began to read I was hooked trying to figure out how the title related with the story line As the story continued and as I continued to read, I soon forgot about figuring out the title and then focused my thoughts on figuring out the ultimate quest of the main character Lucy who strived to find the answer to the ultimate question Whose my father As Lucy searches to find out I found myself LOL throughout the book right do...


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