Book Review Friday – Disappearing in Plain Sight

Patricia over at Writing Whims was kind enough to feature Disappearing in Plain Sight on her Author Wednesday spot and again on her Friday Book Review. Many thanks for her great interviewing skills and her fine review. I hope you’ll pop over and check out what she has to say about my debut novel and enjoy her great blog.

P.C. Zick - Author/Editor

Disappearing in Plain Sight - coverDisappearing in Plain Sight by Francis L. Guenette (see Author Wednesday interview with Ms. Guenette) is a beautifully executed novel about wounded souls attempting to heal and find their path in a life that hasn’t been kind—so far. The wounded bodies and minds converge in one lovely and isolated spot on Crater Lake on Vancouver Island off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. It’s the ideal spot to disappear in plain sight.

The title reminds me of times in my own life when I felt as if I was melting into the corner as life went on around me. It’s not a pleasant state unless done by choice.

One line in the novel resonated with me, “When people talked and gathered he simply disappeared.”

The main characters inhabiting the less social side of Crater Lake disappear in plain sight, and no one even notices.

No one notices, that is…

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5 comments on “Book Review Friday – Disappearing in Plain Sight

  1. Jane Fritz says:

    What a beautifully written review of Disappearing in Plain Sight. And right on the mark.

  2. P. C. Zick says:

    Thanks for reblog. I loved the book and look forward to reading your next one.

  3. Great interview Francis. It’s nice getting to know you better. Nice review of Disappearing in Plain Sight. Congrats!

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