About Amanda Eyre WardSee more books from this Author
And I think I’m very lucky to have moved to Austin when there was still time to be a novelist because it’s so much cheaper here and it’s just easier to be able to sustain a life where you can afford lunch and be working on your novel every night for a long period of time.Sep 16 2011 | Read Full Review of Close Your Eyes: A Novel
The title Close Your Eyes works here as a gentle command, a “don’t look or you’ll be terrified” warning, and a howl of dire portent: Whether for a second, a day or a lifetime, close your eyes and you never really know what you’ll be missing.Jul 29 2011 | Read Full Review of Close Your Eyes: A Novel
After you have viewed FREE pages, we will ask you to purchase a subscription.Aug 03 2011 | Read Full Review of Close Your Eyes: A Novel
Here Lauren and her older brother, Alex, thought they were safe.
But one morning, six-year-old Lauren and eight-year-old Alex awoke after a night spent in their tree house to discover their mother’s body and their beloved father arrested for the murder.
Years later, Lauren is surrou...
Alley, Carla and Mount Vernon Ladies Book Club won Running Fire by Lindsay McKenna, Kelly and the Stair District Library Evening Book Discussion Group won Trail of Broken Wings by Sejal Badani, and Suzy and Reading Between the Wines book club won The Daughter by Jane Shemilt!.Apr 08 2011 | Read Full Review of Close Your Eyes: A Novel
Yet when Alex is declared missing after a car bombing near the Iraqi hospital where he's working on a trip with Doctors Without Borders, Lauren finds herself sifting through the handful of clues Alex has collected.Jul 23 2011 | Read Full Review of Close Your Eyes: A Novel
An aggregated and normalized score based on 186 user ratings from iDreamBooks & iTunes