Book Review: Arms Wide Open by Tom Winter

Book Review: Arms Wide Open by Tom Winter

9781472101686

This is a kitchen sink drama for a modern age. They may share DNA but twins, Jack and Meredith, are very different people. Jack is young free and single, Meredith is a mother, wife and daughter to a mother suffering dementia. When the tables turns, everyone has something to learn. There’s drama and comedy in equal measure making this novel far more enjoyable that other novels that attempt to tackle these huge themes of mental health and responsibility to our families. A delightful read that will leave you with a smile on your face.

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