Seven Perfect Things by Catherine Ryan Hyde is an awesome story about abusive relationships, grief, courage, hope and puppies. This book grabs your attention from the beginning. I was unable to put it down. All through this story, one is reminded that life goes on, regardless of whether good or bad, and now and again the good exceeds the bad.
The story of this novel follows Mary and her thirteen year old daughter Abby. They explore the damaging path their better half and father, respectively, has drawn for them. He is psychologically abusive to both of them.
Abby sees somebody toss a bundle in the river, and she jumps in to recover it, discovering seven cute little dogs inside. She can’t bring them home since she could never be permitted to keep them. She finds an unfilled hunting cabin with a shed and chooses to house them there. At the point when the owner, recently widowed Elliot finds the puppies, the story unfurls.
Not every chapter of Seven Perfect Things brings only delight, though. Like every single great novel, it offers us individuals who have obstacles to survive. Also, Abby Hubble has a share of them. So does her mom, Mary. So does Elliot Colvin, who recently has lost his better half.
Every one of the primary characters are emotionally damaged, and couldn’t say whether they will at any point be whole. There are moments that keep you as eager and anxious as can be. Puppies can so frequently reduce the pain.
After finishing this novel, at first thought, it seemed like a lovely tale about a young teen aged girl and the seven little dogs she saved from the river. However, it’s considerably more than that.
This story will grip at your heart for countless reasons including domestic abuse, loss and the finding of redemption. Seven Perfect Things by Catherine Ryan Hyde has a very compelling plotline, with well developed characters! The story has no romance and limited bullying narrative! Just a delightful read.
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