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Legacy of Lies by Elizabeth Chandler
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Nov 01, 10


This is a short novel with an interesting subject matter describing how far family secrets will go. We are introduced to the character of Megan who is sent to visit with a Grandmother who made it no secret of her distaste for the adopted relative. Yet at the same time it is the Grandmother who sent for Megan. Megan is introduced to a side of the family she had never known of. She meets her cousin Matt who shares blood ties with the Grandmother and is obviously favored for such. Still yet, Megan feels a certain kinship with these distant relatives who appear to despise her. The question is why?

This novel is once again a leisure reading book, but it brings about an idea that intrigues me as a writer nonetheless; reincarnation. That is what I enjoyed most about this book. Is it destiny or fate that brings about this conceptual idea? Chandler handled this topic fairly well in my opinion, enough so to prompt me to read it twice. It is an idea that is wish to explore more of.
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