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all else In True Places a young girl named Iris is found on the outskirts of the forest alone emaciated and deathly ill She is brought to a nearby hospital by Suzanne a pillar of the community Suzanne is a wife and mother her husband Whit and her two children Reid and Brynn couldn t function without her Suzanne is scared for the girl and immediately takes Iris under her wing and together they become a foster family Iris having lived on her own in the woods for so many years does not fit in not at Suzanne s not anywhere but the woods where she came from When Suzanne took Iris in she imagined that it would be her helping Iris little does she realize it s Iris who helps her Who s to say what defines a person Where you belong and what is right for you In True Places Sonja Yoerg expresses the ways in which people can be completely different from each other yet still belong and have a place in this world The place in which they feel the most comfortable their True Place Sometimes it s obvious and sometimes it takes a bit of work to findWhat stood out for me after having now read two of Ms Yoerg s novels besides the fact that I need every book she has ever written is the fact that she skillfully delves into to the heart of family dynamics emotions and people in a way that a lot of authors simply cannot Her words are beautiful poetic and soulful In my opinion this is a character driven novel each character fulfilling a different role everyone just as important as the other This novel and these characters especially Suzanne and Iris are ones to cherish If you have not read a novel by Ms Yoerg I can t recommend her novels strongly enoughA huge thank you to Sonja Yoerg NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for a complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for an honest reviewPublished on Goodreads NetGalley Twitter and InstagramWill be published on on release date He Swam with Sharks for an Ice Cream rushes her to the hospital she never imagines how the encounter will 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summary Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Sonja Yoerg Sonja Yoerg ¹ 3 summary review True Places Zanne has the perfect house a successful husband and a thriving family But beneath the veneer of an ideal life her daughter is rebelling her son is withdrawing her husband is oblivious to it all and Suzanne is increasingly unsure of her place in the world After her discovery of the ethereal sixteen year old who has never experienced civilization Suzanne is compelled to. MY THOUGHTS AFTER READING THE SYNOPSISThis is gonna be so awesome I cannot wait to read about how this child adjusts to her new surroundings I mean she has never even seen running water or electricity What will she think of this new world and how will it change her How did she even end up in the woods What made her finally leave the only home she has ever knownEverything I hoped I would find in this book based on the description is the complete opposite of what I gotAfter the death of her mother a child that has been living off the grid in the woods stumbles into the modern world where she is discovered and ultimately taken in by the woman that found her SuzanneThis story isn t about Iris at all it is about Suzanne and her shallow self serving unrealistic clich caricature of a wealthy entitled American family I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis was also an Prime First Reads choice Perpustakaan Dalam Islam rebelling her son is withdrawing her husband is oblivious to it all and Suzanne is increasingly unsure of her place in the world After her discovery of the ethereal sixteen year old who has never experienced civilization Suzanne is compelled to. MY THOUGHTS AFTER READING THE SYNOPSISThis is gonna be so awesome I cannot wait to Slaves of the Circle T read about how this child adjusts to her new surroundings I mean she has never even seen Veering running water or electricity What will she think of this new world and how will it change her How did she even end up in the woods What made her finally leave the only home she has ever knownEverything I hoped I would find in this book based on the description is the complete opposite of what I gotAfter the death of her mother a child that has been living off the grid in the woods stumbles into the modern world where she is discovered and ultimately taken in by the woman that found her SuzanneThis story isn t about Iris at all it is about Suzanne and her shallow self serving unrealistic clich caricature of a wealthy entitled American family I Organizing Enlightenment received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest All of me reviewThis was also an Prime First Reads choice

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summary Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Sonja Yoerg Sonja Yoerg ¹ 3 summary review True Places Invite Iris into her family’s life and all its apparent privilegesBut Iris has an independence a love of solitude and a discomfort with materialism that contrasts with everything the Blakes stand for ualities that awaken in Suzanne first a fascination then a longing Now Suzanne can’t help but wonder Is she destined to save Iris or is Iris the one who will save her. True Places is such an exuisite emotional and beautiful storySonja Yoerg has an impeccable talent of pouring her beautiful words across the pages with such elegance love and inspiration I fell in love with Sonja s writing in All The Best People last year and her new novel is nothing short of amazingThis novel spoke to me in so many different ways Yoerg truly shines with her descriptions of the natural world I was mesmerized with the beautiful words that truly come to light in this novel Haven t we all felt at one point or another that we haven t found our true place in the world Ironically I never found my place in the world until I stepped foot in the world of social work This story brings to light the complexities and struggles of a family dealing with this thing called life It s about all of the family members losing themselves and somehow finding what makes them happy The power of emotion that pours off these pages will truly touch your soul and your heart Iris knew that being strong wasn t enough because life could weigh then you ever imagined You had to bend like a branch laden with snow arcing toward the earth Highly highly recommend 45 raw and emotional starsHuge thank you to Sonja Yoerg Netgalley and Lake Union Publishing for the arc in exchange for my honest thoughtsPublication date 1119Published to GR 111018

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  • True Places
  • Sonja Yoerg
  • English
  • 09 June 2019
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