Life is never static. Just when you think you finally have everything under control, that illusion is shattered…and the life you once knew has spun off in unimaginable directions.
Seeking Glory is an eloquent novel that explores the complexities of family relationships. With themes of loss, recovery, estrangement, and reconciliation woven throughout, it tells the story of a woman who seeks to uncover the truth about her young granddaughter’s origins.
Delightfully rich story that unfolds with surprising twists and turns. A great read. – Veronica Wolfe
If you love Cape Cod as I do and have many pleasant childhood memories of that iconic place, you’ll enjoy reading Seeking Glory. The Cape is almost an extra character in the novel. Poignant and engaging, this first novel by Ms Shook is a winner to my mind. – Ken H.
We feel we are walking next to Kate LaRue as she enters a hospital, yoga studio, and church. At first it feels as though she is trying to unfold the past to make decisions about what to do, but we realize she is making decisions about who SHE is. I find Neale Donald Walsch’s wisdom applies to Kate’s journey and to our own: “Every decision you make—every decision—is not a decision about what to do. It’s a decision about Who You Are. When you see this, when you understand it, everything changes. You begin to see life in a new way. All events, occurrences, and situations turn into opportunities to do what you came here to do.” – Amazon Customer