Monday, 7 October 2013

The Angry Women Suite- Blog Tour and Giveaway

About the Book - About the Author - Prizes!!!

About the prizes: Who doesn't love prizes? You could win one of two $50 Amazon gift cards or an autographed copy of The Angry Woman Suite! Here's what you need to do...

  1. Enter the Rafflecopter contest
  2. Leave a comment on my blog.

That's it! One random commenter during this tour will win the first gift card. Visit more blogs for more chances to win--the full list of participating bloggers can be found here. The other two prizes will be given out via Rafflecopter. You can find the contest entry form linked below or on the official Angry Woman Suite tour page via Novel Publicity. Good luck!

About the book: “They need to be exercised, hearts do … to keep them strong.” Every family has skeletons, but the Grayson family has more than its share of secrets–and of portraits. Mystery portraits that incite and obscure. Portraits to die for. An unsolved celebrity double murder in Pennsylvania. A girl looking for autonomy. A young man in search of an identity. An older man’s quest for justice. A plot that pulls and twists. Get The Angry Woman Suite through Amazon.

About the author: Lee Fullbright, a lifelong San Diegan, lives on beautiful Point Loma with her Australian cattle dog, Baby Rae (owner of her heart). Her literary mystery, The Angry Woman Suite, was a Kirkus Critics’ Pick, and won a Discovery Award (for literary fiction), as well as a Royal Dragonfly HM, and the award for “Best Mystery” at the 2013 San Diego Book Awards. Lee Fullbright is also the recipient of the 2013 Geisel Award, for “best of the best” at the SDBA. Connect with Lee on her website, Facebook, Twitter, or GoodReads.


My Review: 

Oh my gosh. Prepare to have your heart broken.  This review is hard to write. I want to convey the brilliance of the novel, at the same time, there is so pain through the different generations. It really highlights how family dynamics changes us and makes us who we are. 

The Angry Women Suite was not what I expected. However, when I found out, I thought it made sense. The novel also made me cry.  At first, I didn't realize we skipped POV and I was confused. However, I was tired, so this not a book to read if you are sleepy. It's so important to catch the different POV's because there is so much going on.  The history of the family is quite astounding. 

The narrators, Elyse, Francis and Aidan intertwine the story. They each deal with their past in different, conflicted ways.  This novel really highlights the effects of abuse and neglect on the mind and the various  coping mechanisms people have.  For better or for worse. 


  1. Looks like a great book. Although I'd have to keep an eye on the change of the POV, then. Thanks for the tip ;)
    I'll give it a try. Thank you for sharing! ;D

  2. Great review...I agree, the dysfunctions of the characters in this story are so real that it's both impressive (given the talent it takes for a writer to create such characters) and disturbing (since the truth about the human condition tends to hurt!).

    1. Thanks! It was very realistic and it's amazing to see how well writes can describe humanity through their characters.

  3. I wrote a long comment and lost it :-( Let me just say loved your review, then thank you for joining us on this tour and for taking a moment to crosspost to Amazon and GoodReads, when you have the time. Oh, and don't forget to enter the Rafflecopter and random commenter contest :-)


    1. Oh no! That's frustrating. Thank you! I will definitely do that lol. Thank you!

  4. This book sounds complicated and I think it would do great as an audio book. Will checking that out.

    1. Listening to an auidobook sounds like a great idea! I really enjoy listening to them :).