Samantha Leigh Miller

writer, reader, teacher

The Year of Fog, by Michelle Richmond

If books let us live out various vicarious lives, this one guided me through one of my deepest fears—the disappearance of my child.  The writing was a bit stilted at times, but the story was brutal and kept me going, even when I wanted to put it down.  Setting it in San Francisco was a plus, as I’m partial to stories that take place where I’ve always wanted to visit.  Don’t read this one unless you’re in a really good emotional place.

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