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Spanning the last fifty years, this family saga focuses on three generations of women, who grapple with sex and marriage, the elusiveness of success and the power of love to get them through tough times. Told chiefly from the alternating points of view of two sisters who come of age in the 1960's, the story takes us from Princess phones and prom dresses to the Vietnam War, ...more
Paperback, 370 pages
Published June 7th 2018 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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The mark of an excellent writer is her ability to catch and hold on to the reader, taking them by the proverbial hand and leading them down one story path after another, each more intriguing than the next. Suddenly and oh-so-satisfyingly, you find yourself hooked. In Connections, I found myself in such a delicious predicament. Elizabeth Guider speaks so convincingly in the voices of her various characters to tell this sweeping, multi-generational family story. I was consistently surprised and en ...more
While I thoroughly enjoyed the author’s first two novels, Guider’s latest effort takes the cake. I “connected” in fact with all the characters who play a part in this fascinating family saga: in particular, with the two sisters who grow up, grow apart and grow back together over a decades-long span and with adventures in love and life that take them from Atlanta, to New York, to Hollywood — and even down to the jungles of Colombia. It was a page-turner as I couldn’t wait to get to the next chapt ...more
You don’t want to miss this book! Elizabeth Guider engages you from the beginning by involving you in the complex relationships within the Masterson family, especially the two sisters, Callie and Mellie. The issues are familiar, intense, and told from the point of view of each character. Besides being intrigued by the family issues, I identified with the references to real life events which have happened from the 1960’s to the present time. As a reader, I was absorbed into the family’s story, b ...more