Â I really enjoyed the humor as well as theÂ feeling of strong emotions Â of Lee as I read this book. The author writes in a way that is easy for the reader to feel the emotions of the leading character.Â There is never a dull moment in this exciting novel. Â I highly recommend it.
The End of an Error is a wonderful, sometimes humorous and realistic look at Lee Emery's life.Â While reading this book, it is often easy to see ourselves inÂ theÂ Â same situation as Lee. Â Lee Emery is an empty nester. She is married to a man whom she grew up with. She is living in the house that she grew up in.Â Her life is filled with familiar things. She feels safe and secure and believes she is happyÂ in her life just the way it is - Â until she publishes a memoir of her grandmother.Â She toured England with herÂ Grandmother when she was just 18. It was there that sheÂ experienced love for the first time. Â After she publishes the memoir of her grandmother, she questions her own happiness.Â
Thoughts of her and her Grandmother in England keep rushing back into her mind.Â She is haunted by memories of Simon, Â her first love.Â SheÂ finds herself often Â wonderingÂ what her life would be like if she had married her firstÂ love. Â
Â These "what if" questions become so realistic that it changes herÂ now Â perfect life into a whirlwind of events that take her back to England.Â She is given a second chance with Simon but is unsure if she wants to risk her life as it is now for that chance.
The author, Mameve Medwed, Â has published several articles on gather concerning this book. It is very interesting to read these articles before reading the book:
This is a greatÂ 400 page bookÂ written by Â Mameve Medwed.
It is currently available in paperback and went on sale April 1, 2008
Mameve has also written other books including "How Elizabeth Barrett Browning Saved My Life" and "Of Men and Their Mothers."
Published by Avon, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.