Thursday, March 31, 2016

Somewhere Out There by Amy Hatvany

Somewhere Out There by Amy Hatvany
Paperback and eBook, 368 pages
Published March 2016 by Washington Square Press

Source: Provided by the publisher for review, NetGalley

This is a story of a young mom who finds it very hard to take care of her two young daughters. They are on their own, living out of a car trying to survive. Jennifer must steal to provide food for her girls but she gets caught. She then must make a very difficult decision and learn to live with it. 

Thirty years later, her daughters, Natalie and Brooke, discover each other. The story then chronicles their new relationship and their search for answers and their mother. 

The book starts off very sad. It was hard for me to read through the tears. I was a little worried that it would be too difficult to read but there is a bit of hope and happiness throughout the rest of the book.

Happy Reading!


  1. I can understand your tears. Ppl can judge easily of others before knowing the whole story. Imagining how there are probably stories like this out there in today's world is sad to think about.

  2. Oh goodness, I have a hard enough time with books that make me cry by the end!


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