Book Review – Blue

by Danielle Steel (Penguin) ISBN: 9780593069059

Disillusioned and about to end her life, Ginny Carter hears a noise and goes to investigate. She meets a thirteen-year-old boy named Blue who will set her on a journey she never planned or expected. This night marks the anniversary of the death of her husband and three-year-old son. Blue is alone and has been living on the streets and is not going to school.

Ginny connects with Blue in a way that she thought she never could again. They become the family they both lost. But as they start building a life together Ginny discovers that Blue has been harbouring an awful and shocking secret. Once again they both embark on a journey of retribution, trust and healing.

Ginny finds a lawyer to represent Blue in the hope of bringing the accused to justice and to give Blue a new start in life. Ginny also discovers that Blue is a talented pianist and she pushes him to audition for a place in school for the gifted. Blue is a hopeful story of healing, and finding peace and love again.

Tracy-Ann Damons


Posted on: 15th August 2016