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The Sock Wars Lucy Tuttle is a workaholic financial planner whose biggest worry is how to line up the sticky notes on her desk just so, until her free spirited, vivacious aunt dies in a car accident halfway across the world.With her last remaining family member gone, a landmark birthday approaching, domestication closing in, and her faltering biological clock a never ending reminder of the time she isn t spending building a family, Lucy attempts to make a home for herself in the house she s inherited But as she struggles to settle into a life of cohabitation, organic lentils, and sock thievery, she starts to wonder how she ended up there and when she ll feel alive again.As she works through her grief and tries to find somewhere to belong, Lucy begins to understand that sometimes, realizing one dream means giving up another Can a person who spends her time fixing other people s lives learn to let go enough to live her own The Sock Wars is a poignant, funny reminder that there s one thing harder than living up to other people s expectations facing your own.The Sock Wars has been a top 100 digital bestseller Reach Maia online at www.maiasepp.com. Free Read The Sock Wars By Maia Sepp For Kindle ePUB or eBook – grisedalelodge.co.uk

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  1. So I dithered about a star rating before deciding on a 3.5 There was a lot that bugged me about this book Considering that it is only 196 pages it got draggy in a lot of places It also didn t help that the book s message shiftedthan halfway through to a conclusion that did feel right to me, but it came completely out of left field.The main character Lucy Tuttle is a puzzle to me She s almost 30 when this story begins and is knocked for a loop when her Aunt Maren dies in an accident Lo So I dithered about a star rating before deciding on a 3.5 There was a lot that bugged me about this book Considering that it is only 196 pages it got draggy in a lot of places It also didn t help that the book s message shiftedthan halfway through to a conclusion that did feel right to me, but it came completely out of left field.The main character Lucy Tuttle is a puzzle to me She s almost 30 when this story begins and is knocked for a loop when her Aunt Maren dies in an accident Losing Maren suddenly has Lucy questioning everything that she thought she wanted out of life which is a home and 2.5 kids with her boyfriend Oliver I initially thought this book was about grief, about how to accept it...

  2. I got this ebook from NetGalley, it was the first time I d received a book this way and was excited to dig into this book that sounded so intriguing In some ways I really enjoyed this book, but unfortunately, most of the rest of the time was spent hoping I was almost at the end It was interesting, but the main character s struggles with grief just got so monotonous that it got a bit wearing I know that sounds harsh, people grieve in their own time and I know that Its just that I don t feel t I got this ebook from NetGalley, it was the first time I d received a book this way and was excited to dig into this book that sounded so intriguing In some ways I really enjoyed this book, but unfortunately, most of the rest of the time was spent hoping I was almost at the end It was interesting, but the main character s struggles with grief just got so monotonous that it got a bit wearing I know that sounds harsh, people grieve in their own time and I know that Its just that I don t feel the author fully explored Lucy s journey It felt redundant, as if we just saw the same pain manifested in slightly different wa...

  3. I came across this book by chance here on GoodReads and was intrigued by the catchy title and cute cover I read it to wind down for the Christmas holidays a great choice.It s a witty, observant and poignant story of how financial consultant Lucy Tuttle, about to hit the big 3 0, comes to terms with the loss of her only relative, a much loved, unconventional aunt The late Aunt Maren is a little like the aunt in Graham Greene s wonderful Travels with my Aunt but in New York in the 21st centu I came across this book by chance here on GoodReads and was intrigued by the catchy title and cute cover I read it to wind down for the Christmas holidays a great choice.It s a witty, observant and poignant story of how financial consultant Lucy Tuttle, about to hit the big 3 0, comes to terms with the loss of her only relative, a much loved, unconventional aunt The late Aunt Maren is a little like the aunt in Graham Greene s wonderful Travels with my Aunt but in New York in the 21st century In doing so, she discovers much about herself that she never realised or dared to recognise, having for so long sought comfort and distraction in financial led safety mechanisms, such as counting to her favourite high number to calm her nerv...

  4. Lucy keeps her life in perfect order no surprises, nothing out of place She looks forward to being part of the perfect family she missed as the child of a single mother forced to work long hours in her often vain attempts to keep food on the table and the lights on When her only relative, an unconventional and untidy aunt dies, Lucy tries to cope with a host of unsettling changes Along the way, she meets many of her aunt s friends and gradually realizes that perfection has different meaning Lucy keeps her life in perfect order no surprises, nothing out of place She looks forward to being part of the perfect family she missed as the child of a single mother forced to work long hours in her often vain attempts to keep food on the table and the lights on When her only relative, an unconventional and un...

  5. This was a very enjoyable book with believable, likeable characters and a story that is easy to relate to The story is a thoughtful exploration of scripts people find themselves living out and measuring themselves by, and what happens when the script doesn t fit any I read the first chapter as a short story Irish Drinking Socks distributed for free on Kobo, and I wanted to know what happened next enough to buy the rest of the book I would highly recommend picking up the free short story This was a very enjoyable book with believable, likeable characters and a story that is easy to relate to The story is a thoughtful exploration of scripts people find themselves living out and measuring themselves by, and what happens when the script doesn t fit any I read the first chapter as a short story Irish Drinking Socks distributed for free on Kobo, and I wanted to know what happened next enough to buy the rest of the book I would highly recommend pi...

  6. This is a beautiful story of one woman s journey towards self discovery, conquering grief and past pain, and healing her inner wounds The tale unfolds slowly, almost poetically, and the ending is refreshingly unconventional While the title and cover suggest that this isalong the lines of a cute, chick lit y read, this is not the case The Sock Wars is an intelligent, highly enjoyable work of psychological fiction which will have readers entirely engrossed in the life of the main characte This is a beautiful story of one woman s journey towards self discovery, conquering grief and past pain, and healing her inner wounds The tale unfolds slowly, almost poetically, and the ending is refreshingly unconventional While the title and cover suggest that this isalong the lines of a cute, chick lit y read, this is not the case The Sock Wars is an intelligent,...

  7. I purchased this book frombecause I love books with a story centered around fixing up an old house I also loved the title and the cover of the book OK, shallow I know.but sometimes covers draw you in The inheritance of the house by Lucy following the death of her beloved aunt and how her and her boyfriend subsequently move in to the house seemed like a good premise I became interested in the story quickly as I was trying to relate to everything Lucy was feeling.The other characte I purchased this book frombecause I love books with a story centered around fixing up an old house I also loved the title and the cover of the book OK, shallow I know.but sometimes covers draw you in The inheritance of the house by Lucy following the death of her beloved aunt and how her and her boyfriend subsequently move in to the house seemed like a good premise I became interested in the story quickly as I was trying to relate to everything Lucy was feeling.The other characters introduced were interesting and in some cases funny and eccentric Eccentric is also the word I will use to describe Lucy s departed aunt The path Lucy was on during this story was one we all have to relate to in one way or another during our lives The questions of life, goals, dreams,...

  8. I received The Sock Wars after entering a giveaway here on Goodreads The Sock Wars tells Lucy s story in the aftermath of the unexpected death of her beloved aunt I think most people who have lost a loved one can relate to Lucy s story of being uprooted from their normal life and the confusion of coping with such a sudden, drastic change to their life While I read The Sock Wars, I found myself feeling frustrated with Lucy because she was so clearly not living the life she was really meant t I received The Sock Wars after entering a giveaway here on Goodreads The Sock Wars tells Lucy s story in the aftermath of the unexpected death of her beloved aunt I think most people who have lost a loved one can relate to Lucy s story of being uprooted from their normal life and the confusion of coping with such a sudden, drastic change to their life While I read The Sock Wars, I found myself feeling frustrated with Lucy because she was so clearly not living the life she was really meant to live At the same time, I totally understand how she could get c...

  9. This novel by Ms Sepp really struck quite a few notes with me Her writing is quite good she uses the technique of having the main character tell the story and she utilizes that technique well I believe that displays quite a bit of talent and bravery for a novelist I found the situations believable, the dialogue realistic, the settings charming and interesting, and the characters engaging and sympathetic I found myself emotionally involved in the outcome of Lucy s journey, and quite pleas This novel by Ms Sepp really struck quite a few notes with me Her writing is quite good she uses the technique of having the main character tell the story and she utilizes that technique well I believe that displays quite a bit of talent and bravery for a novelist I found the situations believable, the dialogue realistic, the settings cha...