Wednesday, December 09, 2015
Perfectly Broken by Robert Burke Warren Review
Hardcover: 270 pages
Publisher: Story Plant (March 8, 2016)
His rock star days may be behind him, but stay-at-home dad Grant Kelly's life is getting more interesting by the day. It's the beginning of the post 9/11 era, and he and his wife and four-year-old son have traded a New York City apartment for a Catskills farmhouse, where ghosts from the past, worries for the future, and temptations in the present converge to bring about drastic changes in their marriage, their friendships, and their family. A gorgeously nuanced novel with unforgettable characters, PERFECTLY BROKEN is a story of human frailty, the endurance of the heart, and the power and possibility of forgiveness.
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I received a complimentary copy.
About the Author
Robert Burke Warren is a musician and writer whose work has appeared in Paste, Salon, The Bitter Southerner, The Good Men Project, The Rumpus, The Woodstock Times, Texas Music, Brooklyn Parent, Chronogram, The Weeklings, and the Da Capo anthology, The Show I'll Never Forget. He lives in the Catskill Mountains with his family. This is his first novel.
Cassandra's Review- Intense and not for children by any means, this book delivers greatness in a story that I just had to read in one sitting. Well worth my time!