Day Of The Diamond Earrings by Helen Brighton Wheeler
Day of the Diamond Earrings
A Novel of Struggle, Love and Achievement
Helen Brighton Wheeler
Published by Book Pal
A very well written Novel, Helen is really good with her characters and plots. Her writing prowess comes from her journalistic background and she has done full justice to the story. It’s the story about a woman, Christine, struggling to make the best out of the moments thrown at her. The moments are very realistic and the reader gets deeply engrossed and no doubt the ending is surprising but the reader keeps looking for more. I find it the best when the last page of the novel makes me think what could have happened next….what if it had not been so… amazing… the fiction flows out into reality…
The story is set in Sydney’s eastern suburb, Sydney being the commercial capital of Australia; it’s a very true account of the corporate life. The protagonist is the ideal woman and someone who believes in good returns goodness. She will make you reaffirm your faith in beliefs and goodness of the souls… Angles on this earth… her strength of character reminds me of Catherine Zeta Jones’ role in the Hollywood movie ‘No Reservations’. Christine is so much like Catherine, being strong when all comes down; being soft when her loved once demand and making the perfect decisions which would take iron out of a man. I truly relished reading each page of the novel and never wanted to skip even a single page… such is the charm the author has spun around the characters.
Reviewed on request by Writer/ Social Media Strategist Sweta Lal.
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