In THE BOOK OF SOMEDAY, Livvi Gray has been haunted by a nightmare of an eerily beautiful stranger in a shimmering silver dress that she remembers from her childhood in California. Her story and that of two other women, AnnaLee and Micah, are told in revolving strands starting slowly, but each was intriguing enough to keep me reading. You know they will come together, but you’re not sure how. Dianne Dixon keeps the tension going and keeps readers questioning. And when it all comes together, there is a lot of satisfaction in a story well told. I did NOT guess the ending, but even our readers who did thought it was well done. A friend also read an advance copy, and we had a lot of conversation about the ending. Read it and you will see why. And the idea of keeping a book of “somedays” is an interesting one. This is a terrific book club title.
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