All the time in the world by Caroline Angell 1 star

” the day she died was not beautiful there have been a few world distressed in my lifetime , generation defying events , and the ones I remembered most clearly were marked with the hideous irony of a perfect blue sky. But the day Gretchen McLean died was miserable and drizzly with peid’s of that hard keen wind that blows you r raincoat hood drain back from your head and whips the garbage one  Lexington Ave into your fax it was app almost righteous , towers fall and the sun should warm your skin buses died, even the weather seemed   to understand it’s role , because 3 on the day the mother of two little boys dies without warning , the

Wind should howl.


The beginning really caught my interest but the rest died down and I couldn’t fully get absorbed in the book.


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