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Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite
"Words Falling Like Water" is a very interesting, frustrating, funny, and heartbreaking story all wrapped up into one. First time author Sonya Vaughn explains how the failing auto industry has suffered and how that suffering has impacted the people worldwide. There are examples given within the book of injustice and pure evil, yet by the time you arrive at the last page your heart is cheering one of the main characters for their new found freedom and ability to look beyond the present.
Lily and her husband Tim have a little boy named Benjamin and they are experiencing many of the issues couples everywhere face. Tim has been let go from his job and is unemployed with little hope of finding a job. The stresses that come with these issues have caused them to grow farther apart, with Tim even moving to the basement. You will be taken down the road of how a couple deals with their challenges as well as how a corporate mother deals with all the pressures on a daily basis. There are lives impacted by huge layoffs in the auto industry and those effects continue to ripple. With the recession hitting, the characters must deal with a lot of pressure and abuse from corporate America.
This is a very interesting read and I learned many things while eagerly turning the pages. If you would like to read a book that is current, fresh, and that packs an emotional punch, then read "Words Falling Like Water".