Fabric of a Generation

Young Adult - Coming of Age
326 Pages
Reviewed on 06/14/2020
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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite

Anne Wilson is a very successful production director who works in television and film. She reluctantly takes a two-week vacation after she is offered a promotion to supervising producer that will take up even more of the little time she already has with her family. Meanwhile, we have Anne’s daughter Miranda who is struggling with school and not wanting to do much of anything except skip school to go to a local magic shop. While her younger brother is maintaining good grades and a positive attitude, Miranda is falling into an unhealthy period in her life. The one person in the Wilson family that is desperately trying to hold their family together is Anne’s husband Dan. When vacation time settles in and Anne has nothing to do, she begins seeing what she has been missing and hopes to repair their strained and sinking family.

I thought Fabric Of A Generation was a very fun and interesting read. Just when I started to think I knew the direction that the story was going in, it completely took me by surprise in a pleasant way. The characters are very well written and appealing and mesh together to make a relatable family unit. Will helping Miranda with her heritage project bring the feuding mother and daughter closer, or will it only drive a wedge further, affecting the family dynamic as a whole? Also, will Miranda finally learn the value of her family? I think author Tasha Madison has done a wonderful job creating this family drama that has a mixture of magic and an almost supernatural twang to it too. Fabric Of A Generation is definitely a book I would recommend to my fellow book lovers.