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  • Paperback
  • 352
  • Safe With Me
  • Amy Hatvany
  • English
  • 05 January 2018
  • 9781476704418

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Safe With Me

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A novel about two mothers and one daughter who are linked by tragedy and bound by secrets from the acclaimed author of Heart Like Mine Now in the provocative Safe with Me Amy Hatvany explores controversial and timely issues with astonishing emotional complexityThe screech of tires brought Hannah Scott’s world as she knew it to a devastating end Even a year after she signed the papers to donate her daughter’s organs Hannah is still reeling with grief when she unexpectedly stumbles into the. 25 I fell in love with Hatvany's first book or at least the first to be released here called Best Kept Secret This one I had a few problems with I felt it lacked focus tried to cover too many things Organ donation is a worthy subject all its own throw in domestic abuse and one or the other will suffer This one for me was borderline soap opera material just one heartbreaking moment after another She can definitely write covers pertinent issues of the day but for me this novel was over kill Picoult fans will probably love Hatvany's novels

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Life of the Bell family whose child Maddie survived only because hers had died Mesmerized by this fragile connection to her own daughter and afraid to reveal who she actually is Hannah develops a surprising friendship with Maddie’s mother OliviaThe Bells however have problems of their own Once on the verge of leaving her wealthy but abusive husband Olivia now finds herself bound to him as never before in the wake of the successful transplant that saved their fifteen year old daughter’s l. From the first page I was emotionally involved in this story I was right there with single parent Hannah when she hears the scream and finds the body of her twelve year old daughter Emily lying on the road after having been hit by a car Hannah is called on to make a choice no parent should ever have to make But Hannah’s decision could benefit others Olivia Bell and her sixteen year old daughter Maddie who has had years of debilitating sickness are beneficiary of Hannah’s agonising decision The story is told from these three points of view A year later Hannah is still struggling to come to terms with her loss She has cut herself off from many people Then one day Olivia and Maddie walk into the hair dressing salon Hannah and her business partner run Olivia and Hannah just seem to click and form a friendship but there are secrets both of them are keeping Despite a couple of incidents that seemed a tad co incidental but are necessary to the plot I found myself engrossed in this novel It involved me in all three lives It raises issues about hard choices lies and deception abuse and reasons why someone may choose to stay in an abusive relationship the effects of an abusive relationship on children and touches on dangers of the internet and not knowing who you are really talking to I thought all three female characters were well drawn and believable and I liked the way the story ranged across the three points of view Once I started reading I hated having to put this book down As a result I was up till l after midnight because I just had to get to the end This for me was a riveting and emotionally charged read

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Ife Meanwhile Maddie tired of the limits her poor health puts upon her and fearful of her father’s increasing rage regularly escapes into the one place where she can be anyone she wants the Internet But when she is finally healthy enough to return to school the real world proves to be just as complicated as the isolated bubble she had been so eager to escapeA masterful narrative shaped by nuanced characters whose fragile bonds are on a collision course with the truth Safe with Me is a trium. I could not turn the pages fast enough This book pulled at my heart strings in the best of ways I thought the characters were very relatable which is a big plus Fantastic book


About the Author: Amy Hatvany

Amy Hatvany was born in Seattle WA in 1972 the youngest of three children She graduated from Western Washington University in 1994 with a degree in Sociology only to discover most sociologists are unemployed Soon followed a variety of jobs – some of which she loved like decorating wedding cakes; others which she merely tolerated like receptionist In 1998 Amy finally decided to sell her car