A Vision of Lucy by Margaret Brownly

A Vision of Lucy by Margaret Brownley is about a young woman Lucy who is pioneering the photography field. As she seeks out the best photographs trouble simply follows her. Along the way she meets David, half white and half Indian and 100% rejected by both societies.

This book is fun. I loved the little bit of history the story gave of early photography. And I could easily connect with clumsy Lucy, as I’ve found myself in some less than desirable situations, none as exciting as hers, however. If you’re looking for pure entertainment to pass the weekend, a vacation, or a raining evening, I believe this book will provide.

*The book was given to me for free through BookSneeze.com for my honest review.

 

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Published in: on June 26, 2011 at 10:10 pm  Leave a Comment  

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