CANARY ISLAND SONG
Gunn’s ability to immerse the reader in the setting of her novels elevates a meaningful story to magical. Realistic situations involving family and loss will resonate with readers.
Carolyn has been struggling with moving forward after the loss of her husband seven years before. After speaking with her adult daughter, Carolyn decides to visit her mother in the Canary Islands, a place she hasn’t been back to since she was a young woman. Once there, Carolyn begins to learn more about herself and about her mother. Can reconnecting with an old high school flame be the balm that helps Carolyn to live life to the fullest again? (HOWARD, Jul., 296 pp., $14.99)