Estranged sisters embark on a hiking trip on the tenth anniversary of their parents’ deaths in an attempt to reconnect. In the wilderness of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, they’ll face their deepest fears, question their most dearly held beliefs, and begin to see that perhaps the best way to move forward is the one way they had never considered.
All That We Carried by Erin Bartel was the first time I have read anything by this author. The cover drew me in but the story was not quite as enjoyable as I had hoped. The story is about two sisters coming to terms with their parents’ death. The grief the two sisters carried had distanced them, and now they are trying to reconnect while going on a hiking trip. I was very disappointed that the reconnecting never did happen between the two. I think someone who likes hiking and family drama will enjoy this book.
I would like to thank Revell for the ARC in exchange for my honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.