All Stories Are Love Stories: A Novel
First and foremost the cover to All Stories Are Love Stories by Elizabeth Percer is so simple and yet beautiful. The title alone will give readers a brief insight as to what expect. Of course, the main emphasis of this book is L-O-V-E. Four letters, one word and yet love can mean a variety of things for a person. And in this devastatingly beautiful and touching story, Ms. Percer will grip and consume her readers as they are doused with an array of emotions as three main characters have their lives intertwined when they are rocked by an earthquake.Two earthquakes struck San Francisco on Valentine’s Day and so Ms. Percer present three characters who all face their own personal struggle to survive, live, love and hope. The earthquake did not only shake the city but it also laid bare the faults of three different paths. So in the engrossing tale, Elizabeth Percer sophisticatedly douses readers with a punch of raw emotions as these three individuals fight to find the hope, forgiveness, and light in this harrowing time in their life. So if you are looking for a story that has depth, meaning, and beauty during the backdrops of a tragic earthquake, then this book is for you.
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|Page Count||368 pages|
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