Golden State is the story of Dr. Julie Walters set in San Francisco on an eventful day. The state is on the verge of secession and in chaos, her marriage is ending, and her sister, with whom she has a troubled past, has just gone into labor. There is a personal crisis unfolding that keeps the tempo of the book moving. The story is told in chapters alternating between the past and the events of the current day. One reviewer wrote that it is the type of book you should read slowly but you can’t because you want to find out about the past events that have brought the characters to this day. I agree.
Review Submitted by: Sandi Hauenstein