My Take On This Book:
This book is a slow read, lots of the main character sorting out her feelings. If you are a foodie and love to read stories based on food and family, then you will love this book. For me it was just okay. I did enjoy when I did get to read the parts about the sister’s lives as they were growing up and their relationship at the present time, but there is not a whole lot of that you will read, for me it was too much about being a chef and food! Lizzy comes home to not only help her sister, but to find herself again. She's been running Feast, a top restaurant in New York, but she's lost her focus. In caring for her sister, Jane, she finds herself and a new way to cook to help patients suffering with cancer. Food, family, and relationships are ultimately at the heart of this novel, which shows the often-overlooked link between the three subjects.
I received this book free from Thomas Nelson part of the Book Look review bloggers program, for my honest and un-biased opinion.
I gave it ***
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