Barefoot Alice by Jan Porter (Book Review #1069)

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Barefoot Alice is a contemporary woman’s fiction novel about how Alice’s husband leaves her and how her background shapes this person’s character in dealing with the matter. Alice is very relatable, and her story can remind you of so many people you probably know.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Dumped by her husband, Alice is homeless. She finds shelter in a 200-year-old schoolhouse. There she faces the ghosts of the pasts and many mysterious secrets.

I particularly enjoyed Alice’s personality in perusing her feelings and thoughts regardless of the outcome of obstacles she faced. The story was written well, and it was intriguing to read. The concept of the book teaches you how to embrace everything and appreciate the things you have.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read literary fiction.

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