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The End of the Ocean

by Maja Lunde

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The End of the Ocean by Maja Lunde
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    Jan 2020, 304 pages

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Liz Devlin

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I came upon The End of the Ocean by happy accident. This book was a captivating read from page one. The stories of the two main characters seemingly unrelated and their separate stories were both worth a book in themselves. The very gradual hints of the two stories connection made each story important by its self. This was a powerful message in a form acceptable to the uninformed
A really good novel with an important message
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