“A Million Causes Why” by Jessica Strawser (St. Martin’s Press)
Jessica Strawser’s “A Million Causes Why” is an exhilarating story of what occurs when a long-held household secret involves gentle.
After her household receives DNA testing kits for Christmas, Caroline, a spouse and mom of three, is surprised to find she has a half-sister who is nearly precisely her age, the product of a scandalous affair by her father. Whereas the remainder of her household needs nothing to do with Sela, Caroline is determined to satisfy her.
The pair shortly type a friendship and bond over their mutual love of motherhood, however Caroline doesn’t know that Sela is dying of kidney failure. And it seems, Caroline could also be her solely hope for survival.
As Caroline and Sela proceed to spend time collectively, additionally they start to piece collectively the previous. In doing so, much more household secrets and techniques are unveiled.
This isn’t your typical story of discovering a long-lost member of the family. The intricacies of the character’s lives are fascinating, their secrets and techniques unpredictable, and the challenges they face infinitely complicated.
With this story, Strawser reveals simply how sophisticated life might be. Via these dynamic characters, she reveals that nobody is ever actually a villain or a hero, however as a substitute, we’re all a stupendous and messy mixture of each.