Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Alison reviews Round and Round by TerryTyler

Today we have a review from Book Review Team Member Alison, she blogs at http://alisonwilliamswriting.wordpress.com/

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Alison chose to read and review Round and Round by Terry Tyler.

Round and Round by Terry Tyler

Round and Round by Terry Tyler

Here is her review.

Round and Round

Sophie is feeling less than satisfied with her life and with her boyfriend who has developed an interesting new ‘hobby’ – one that she wants no part of. As her fortieth birthday approaches, Sophie thinks back to 1998, the year she received four Valentine’s cards and the year she had to make a choice – but did she make the right one? Feeling alone, now that her beloved Aunt Flick has died, her best friend is miles away and her mother is as being as judgemental and unhelpful as ever, Sophie questions her decisions and wonders what might have been. But Aunt Flick isn’t about to let a little thing like death prevent her from helping Sophie find the right path.

I’m a complete sceptic about things like life after death and guardian angels, but I found myself thoroughly enjoying this lovely book. Sophie is a great central character – I really cared about her and felt her frustration as she struggled to come to terms with the regrets she had about what might have been. Supporting characters are well drawn and believable – they develop along with Sophie. The romance isn’t sugary sweet and there are plenty of laughs too.

I recommend ‘Round and Round’ – having only read Terry Tyler’s short stories before in ‘Nine Lives’ (recommended too) I was impressed by this book and will definitely be reading more of the author’s novels.

5 stars

Find a copy here from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com

7 thoughts on “Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Alison reviews Round and Round by TerryTyler

  1. Thank you so much for this!!!!!!!!!! I’m so pleased with your comments, Alison, and so glad that you liked it even though it wasn’t your sort of thing! I was really pleased you appreciated the secondary characters too – I always put as much thought into them as I do the main one. Believe it or not I am a total sceptic about those sort of things, too; I suppose I was partly writing a ‘wouldn’t it be nice if this sort of thing really happened’ books! Thanks to you too, Barb. And thanks Rosie!!!!! This is a lovely thing to find in my email xxx

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  2. Read nothing but good things about Round and Round and downloaded it onto my Kindle yesterday. I’m now looking forward to reading it.

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