When We Lost Touch by Susan Kraus (Book Review #1430)


‘When We Lost Touch’ is a contemporary fiction focused on Grace and how her life changes when she comes back from a cruise ship to face COVID-19. Her 11-year-old grandson’s mental illness, her daughter’s graduate program, her best friend getting the virus, and the list goes on.

The fictional tale deals with the aftermath of all the dramas Grace faces and represents all the relevant emotional and physical problems we faced when Covid-19 hit.

The story is written well. You understand how isolation and separation affect people and how important human connection is. I recommend this book to those who like fictional tales.

Written by Jeyran Main

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