These Numbered Days by Anna E. Collins (Book Review #1293)


These numbered days is a contemporary fictional story about Annie Wolff and how she addresses her mental illness by shying away from everyone and giving away her rights to motherhood. She thinks all is well by leaving her kids to her other half, Joel, but once she finds out that Joel has died in a car crash, her motherly instinct kicks in. Annie has to make sure her kids are okay.

By reading this tale, you understand the dynamics of what shapes a family with teenagers and, above all, comprehend the complexity of mental illness, its effects on everyone, and how one can be strong enough to address their fears.

The story is written well, and the premise keeps you intrigued. I recommend this book to those who like thoughtful stories and enjoy family-oriented tales.

Written by Jeyran Main

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