Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Review: The Deepest Secret By: Carla Buckley

The Deepest SecretThe Deepest Secret by Carla Buckley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

You never know what happens behind closed doors or the secrets deep within the ones that live under the same roof.
One moment, that's all it takes, less than a second, and Eve Lattimore finds herself carrying the deepest secret of all. When tragedy strikes the small cul de sac in suburban Columbus, soon everyone's secrets become revealed little by little, some have more to hide.
Eve's son, Tyler, has a rare genetic disorder, XP, that makes him fatally sensitive to light. A windowless life that becomes alive as soon as the sun sets, with a hobby in photography, Tyler becomes privy to the most private moments and interactions of his neighbors, especially their secrets.
Complex characters and dynamics fill the pages, all having the reader often asking about who they think they know next door, or what would they do. You will not put this book down. This is a perfect book for a book club.

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