A Caravan Like a Canary by Sasha Wasley is a gorgeous story, told across two timelines. Nostalgic, reflective, and heartwarming adventures along the way.
Tara Button’s mother asks her to bring the bright yellow family caravan to visit her, as she is terminally ill. It’s a bad time for Tara, between work and her personal life, and the caravan needs attention, however, Tara and her brother Zac take the road trip.
Along the way, the trip brings back memories of a trip in their childhood, taken 15 years earlier with their mother and sister, and the story shares the present time, and previous trip, with the readers.
The relationship between the sibling is rich, and despite the serious topics discussed, Wasley manages to keep the book an entertaining page-turner. This is my second Sasha Wasley book, and I loved them both. This is one I would definitely recommend. I didn’t want to put it down!
A Caravan Like a Canary is an adventure; a beautifully told story of families, friendship, and moving on from the past, causing the reader to experience many emotions along the way.
This story is emotionally charged, but light to read, and has a sweet storyline with great settings.
Thanks to Beauty and Lace and Pantera Press for a copy of this book.
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Raechel is a Professor, mother of 5 and avid reader. She always has at least four books on the go at any one time – an audio book, a fiction e-book, a non-fiction e-book, and an ‘actual’ book. She is often criticized for this behaviour!