Songs Without Words
by Ann Packer
This book took me about six months, maybe longer to read. It's definitely not a "can't-put-it-down" book. But I did want to finish it so I can't say I hated it, either.
The story centers around two women who have been friends since childhood. Their adult lives are very different from each other, but they have remained friends. An event in one of their lives stresses the friendship to the point of breaking.
The story is more of a psychological portrait of the two women and their relationships. I kept waiting for the big bang to come but it never really did. Even the resolution of the story was captured within the last five (or less) pages and brought the book to a fizzle of an ending. Not my favorite read.
I give this book a two of five shots rating.