Thursday, March 21, 2013

After the Fog By: Kathleen Shoop

Author: Kathleen Shoop
Published by: Create Space
Age Recommended: Adult
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Book Blog For: GMTA
Rating: 4


"After the Fog" by Kathleen Shoop was a novel based on a real event in 1948, in in Donora, Pennsylvania that sickened over 7000 people. We find a nurse named Rose Pavkesic was the main character and was presented a unlikeable person, but why was this? We do find out later in the read as she shares her 20 year old secrets of why she harbors these hateful and resentful feelings that give her the drive to become independent and very determined to succeed. But what would she have to do in order for this to happen? Now, this is where I say you must pick up "After the Fog" to see how this author will lead the reader into this historical (Killing Smog) that did happen right her in the United States. If this read sound's here! If you like some's here! If you like's here! And if you even like romance, its here too. In the end will everyone begin to see some light through the fog? Be prepared to be immersed in this story's 'struggles, hopes and dreams'...and I think the most important of this novel is there nothing important than the love of one's family.

If you are looking for a good historical fiction..."After the Fog" would be recommended  to you as a good enjoyable read.

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