Her entry begins:
My book club just finished discussing Euphoria by Lily King. I read it like the pages were burning up. Loosely based on Margaret Mead’s 1933 field trip to New Guinea, the book follows Nell Stone, a renowned anthropologist, and her career-jealous husband. There is little I like more in a book than an immersive setting, fast plot and strong female characters, and this book hit every one. It was one of those rare experiences when...[read on]About The 100 Year Miracle, from the publisher:
Once a century, for only six days, the bay around a small Washington island glows like a water-bound aurora. Dr. Rachel Bell, a scientist studying the 100-Year Miracle and the tiny sea creatures that create it, knows a secret about the phenomenon that inspired the region’s myths and folklore: the rare green water may contain a power that could save Rachel's own life (and change the world). When Rachel connects with Harry and Tilda, a divorced couple cohabiting once again as Harry enters the last stages of a debilitating disease, Harry is pulled into Rachel's obsession and hope as they both grasp at this once-in-a-lifetime chance to save themselves.Learn more about the book and author at Ashley Ream's website.
But the Miracle does things to people. Strange and mysterious things. And as these things begin to happen, Rachel has only six days to uncover and control the Miracle's secrets before the waters go dark for another hundred years.
Writers Read: Ashley Ream (January 2013).
The Page 69 Test: The 100 Year Miracle.
Writers Read: Ashley Ream.