A review of Bird in Hand, a novel by Christina Baker Kline.
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Tagged as Bird in Hand, book review, books, chick lit, Christina Baker Kline, fiction, love story, marriage, novel, popular fiction, William Morrow
4.0 out of 5 stars Well Written, November 9, 2009
Two couples, friends, an accident, a change in lives.
Bird in Hand seemed to be more about the relationship between Ben and Claire and Charlie and Alison than about the accident that happened at the beginning of the book.
The book was well written, but I thought it would be more about how Claire was dealing with and healing from what happened in the accident she was in.
I enjoyed the book, though. I was also amazed how Alison’s mother could read Charlie, Alison’s husband, better than Alison herself and how she knew an affair was going on and Alison didn’t.
The ending really had a lot of good advice and thoughtful insights.
I will give it a rating of 4 out of 5 because I did like how the book was written with the back and forth in time, and Kline did do a good job with the events that were going on.
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