Wednesday, 13 February 2013

The Midwifes Confession - Diane Chamberlain//REVIEWED

Genre; Adult/Drama


Dear Anna, What I have to tell you is difficult to write, but I know it will be far more difficult for you to hear, and I'm so sorry- The unfinished letter is the only clue Tara and Emerson have to the reason behind their close friend Noelle's suicide. Everything they knew about Noelle - her calling as a midwife, her passion for causes, her love for her friends and family - described a woman who embraced life. Yet there was so much they didn't know. With the discovery of the letter and its heartbreaking secret, Noelle's friends begin to uncover the truth about this complex woman who touched each of their lives - and the life of a desperate stranger - with love and betrayal, compassion and deceit.

I am a huge fan of Diane Chamberlain books, very similiar in style to Jodi Picolut and usually her writing style is consistent. This one how ever was written in a different style to usual and this kinda bugged me. The novel tells the story of the death of Noelle and all that led up to through Noelles and her close friends eyes. Eventually when i got stuck into it i enjoyed and was left questioning everything right up till the very end of the book. If i hadnt read other books by the author i would of adored this, whilst i am a fan i dont think this was the best

Average for Diane Chamberlain


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