Wednesday, November 21, 2012
As much as I enjoyed reading Paige, I think I enjoyed Athena more. Not only do we get to know each of the book club members intimately with all of their idiosyncrasies and heartbreaks, we also get to see how they are viewed by each other. How often do you get a glimpse of yourself through someone else's eyes?
With each book, it seems like the problems escalate, when in reality, each character had the most devestating problems for their personality types--problems designed for their own individual growth. Each of us comes with our own package of problems to work through.
The ladies of the Newport Book Club work through their problems by supporting each other.
Athena is a bright, work-aholic, who falls in love, in spite of herself. She uses self-imposed work expectations to avoid family and relationships.
Follow Athena as she discovers what makes her tick. You'll enjoy her journey.
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