March 10, 2022
Castle of Water by Dane Hucklebridge
Genre/Categories/Setting: Contemporary Fiction, Survival, Action/Adventure, Love Story, Uninhabited Island
Welcome to Throwback Thursday where I highlight an older review or post a current review of an old read. Today, I’m re-sharing a survival story, Castle of Water by Dane Hucklebridge.
I’m linking up today with Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog for #throwbackthursday.
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“And so it came to pass that two utterly disparate lives happened to overlap … bound together on an uninhabited island some 2,359 miles from Hawaii, 4,622 miles from Chile, and 533 miles from the nearest living soul.
Crap, as Barry liked to say.
Putain de merde, as Sophie was known to exclaim.”
Sophie, an architect and honeymooner, and Barry, disillusioned with his career in finance and seeking inspiration for his love of art end up on one very small island when their plane is hit by lightning and crashes in the middle of the South Pacific. Strangers and sole survivors and as different as night and day, Sophie and Barry wash up on a small uninhabited island and survival becomes their primary objective. Sophie and Barry draw from each other’s strengths and skills and through harrowing experiences, keep the hope of rescue alive.
Themes of home, love, loss, sadness, perseverance, heartbreak, hope, resiliency, friendship, and desperation…
Continue here for my full review of Castle of Water…
Have you read Castle of Water or is it on your TBR?
No i havent heard of it!
Such a page turner!
A story full of heart is always satisfying.
You might like this one Jamie!
Love the cover! I love survival stories and uninhabited islands. Great review!
I think you would really love this one!
Some days I’d love to be that far away from other people.
Right?! They had each other which was cool!
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I’m not familiar with this book at all, Carol. Off to check out your review and see if my library has it.
It’s a page turner and so well written!