The Reviews are In for The High Cost of Flowers
From the Book Jacket
Cynthia Kraack’s fifth novel is a study of a family adrift, anchored only to itself by the individual memories of a shared past. The Kempers aren’t a pretty family at this stage in their lives, but the portrait Kraack paints is.
—Charles Locks, author of Greater Trouble in the Lesser Antilles
Family Drama that Pulls You In
The author realistically portrays what happens when a family crisis strikes and how the world you have known before, even if imperfect, is gone forever and those you love are changed forever.
—Michelle, Amazon Customer Review
Compelling Family Drama—A Good Read
Although readers may think they know where a story about dementia is headed, they will discover that it is never so simple. The story is realistic, but nuanced, and its power resides in the truths it reveals about family dynamics.
—Ellen S., Amazon Customer Review
Beautifully Written. Is There Redemption for the Collective Soul?
An extremely well told tale, beautifully written. Is there redemption for the collective soul of a family? Cynthia Kraack will pull at your heart strings as she proves the old adage that no two children grow up in the same family.
—MaryDon E Beeson, Amazon Customer Review