All the Time in the World by Caroline Angell (A Book Review) 2 comments


This debut novel hits you right in the heart. On the very first page, a young mother dies tragically.
 All the Time in the World (A Book Review) by Being A Wordsmith

 

All the Time in the World is a recent release from Caroline Angell. The author brings you into the world of a musically talented New York graduate named Charlotte as she cares for two young boys. She’s a nanny, babysitter, and all-around kid whisperer for Gretchen and Scotty McLean, a couple on the Upper East Side. When Gretchen passes away suddenly, Charlotte finds herself putting her already misplaced aspirations on hold to keep a broken family together.  

First-time author Angell breathes life into this work with every scene because some of it mirrors her own life experiences as a nanny. She takes you through Charlotte’s journey of self-doubt after a career betrayal through her resilience as a champion for those who need her most. Along the way, she encounters Patrick, Scotty’s brother who keeps her on her toes. Refreshing, whimsical, but filled with depth. 

 

 

About the Author:
Caroline Angell grew up in Endwell, N.Y., the daughter of an electrical engineer and a public school music teacher. She has a B. A. in musical theater from American University and currently lives and works in Manhattan. As a playwright and director, she has had her work performed at regional theaters in New York City and in the Washington, D.C., area. All the Time in the World is her first novel. Find out more about her at http://carolineangell.com and follow her on Twitter.
 

I received a complimentary advance copy of this book. This post is comprised of my honest, unbiased opinions.

 

See ya later,

Kimberly


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