Anne by Zarina Macha – Review by Faith Jackson

AnneAnne by Zarina Macha
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In this heartbreaking coming of age story, we follow Anne Mason’s childhood through what looks like a picture perfect lifestyle is anything but. Anne’s father is a verbally abusive and alcoholic maniac. The only thing saving young Anne is the fact that she’s home-schooled as her books and trips to the museums plus her thirst for knowledge allows her to escape.
After her mom escapes the father’s abuse, Anne is sent to live with her aunt and uncle who are very kind to her. She’s enrolled in boarding school where she is struggling to fit in. Karen, her new friend, is in with the wrong crowd who picks on Anne and her roommate, Simone.
You can’t help but to wish Anne the best in this journey of this life of hers. The tale allows her to slowly overcome her past and the traumatic upbringing she had. Anne is the kind of character deserving of a happy ending in this saga of her life. You’ll find yourself wanting and wishing her a life of love, hope and strength as she does discover. Pick up this book and it’ll keep you entertained in this page-turner.

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