The Waterfields Kirk Houghton

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The Waterfields  by  Kirk  Houghton

The Waterfields by Kirk Houghton
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How far would you go in search of hope?Desperate to better understand Carla, the women Stephen loves, he plans a journey to bring them closer together. When his plans begin to mysteriously unravel, Stephen finds himself alone in Havana, and engulfedMoreHow far would you go in search of hope?Desperate to better understand Carla, the women Stephen loves, he plans a journey to bring them closer together.

When his plans begin to mysteriously unravel, Stephen finds himself alone in Havana, and engulfed in a haunting secret of lies and betrayal that occurred years earlier.Drawn to the people he is staying with, Stephen soon learns that the only thing holding the family together is hope. As their friendship and love weaves a tragic thread through the fragility of life and the cost of freedom, Stephen learns of the devastating significance in The Waterfields, which he must ultimately confront on his return to Carla and his London home.An extraordinary, heart rending story of love and loss, but most of all, of the power of hope Vanessa OLoughlin - Amazon top ten authorEditorial ReviewThe Waterfields is a gripping read, which quickly engages the reader in a poignant and suspenseful story that takes place in both Cuba and London and encompasses both the past and the present day.At the heart of the narrative is a riddle about the true nature of past events in a small Cuban community and how these have impacted upon the present, along with a young Englishman’s journey of self-discovery and a doomed love story whose tragic outcome will stay with you long after you have finished reading.

Devastating truths soon begin to emerge through the perspective and experiences of the central character, and the evocation of some kind of otherworldly, supernatural dimension will both unsettle and intrigue the reader as the pace quickly picks up and the story accelerates towards its conclusion. This book blows the lid on some of the popular myths about what life is like in modern Cuba and movingly highlights the individual tragedies which are the inevitable consequence of any dictatorship.Susan Feldstein



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