Annie Stanley, All At Sea by Sue Teddern

Annie Stanley is having a bit of a crisis, she recently broke up with her boyfriend and quit her job. Now she sits around the house all day doing nothing; except sometimes going to the cinema. Then unexpectedly her Dad dies making Annie an orphan which allows her to wallow even further into her self-pity black hole. Until she has an idea; she is going to take her dad’s ashes on an adventure to scatter them.

Although her adventure definitely does not start with the good intentions Annie convinces herself it does, she is soon on a path of self-discovery and appreciation for those around her.

If I’m honest I wasn’t totally sure how much I was going to enjoy this book but it was genuinely lovely. It wasn’t a mine blowing exciting story but it was a medium-slow paced warm and fuzzy sort of read.

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