Siobhan Dowd’s Solace of the Road is today’s featured book of the day.
Holly Hogan is tired of her life as a foster child. She no longer wants to deal with social workers, or rules, reports, and reviews. She is done with all of it. And so, she packs her things and decides to ditch town and the old Holly Hogan.
Holly puts on a blonde wig, stands tall, and checks herself out in her mirror. She blows her old self a kiss goodbye. Now, she is Solace, Solace of the road and she is determined to find her birth mother. Join Holly on an adventure of lifetime in Siobhan Dowd’s last novel before her death in 2007.
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