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Weeping Underwater Looks a Lot Like Laughter
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WEEPING UNDERWATER LOOKS A LOT LIKE LAUGHTER by Michael J. White | Kirkus Reviews
Publicist or Marketing Professional. Other Book Industry Professional. Please provide an email address. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger. Once I read the synopsis, I thought the story itself sounded interesting, and for the most part it was.
Weeping Underwater is the first novel from Michael J. White, and at times that comes across in his wordy writing.
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While the story had potential, the execution of the writing was hard for me to swallow. George immediately becomes smitten with the star actress Emily in his high school class, and ultimately becomes friends with her and her younger sister Katie.
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Katie is 13 years old, and suffering from multiple sclerosis. She eventually ends up with a crush of her own on George, resulting in a love triangle between the sisters and George. As characters George, Katie, and Emily are predictable. Weeping Underwater had potential to be a great story.