A poignant story of how one heedless mistake can land a family at the epicenter of a public scandal. Relationships are threatened and judgments are made. I read it in one sitting
Emily LiebertAuthor of Pretty Revenge
A can’t-look-away, can’t-stop-reading story of truth, consequences, love, betrayal, family, and loyalty. *Somebody’s Daughter* is a must-read examination of mistakes that can so easily be made and the destruction and beauty that follow in their wake. Bravo, Rochelle Weinstein, for this timely, evocative read
Allison Winn ScotchBestselling Author of Between Me and You
Timely and timeless in its deft exploration of a family in crisis, Somebody’s Daughter pulls you in to the story and makes you think at the same time. Guaranteed to create thought-provoking book club discussions!
Anita HughesAuthor of Christmas in London
It would be easy to say ‘read this book if you or someone you know is clinically depressed,’ but that would be shortchanging both Weinstein and her work. I say: read this book if you love a compelling, deeply human story.
A compelling story about young love, betrayal, miscommunication, and most importantly - mental illness. The honest and open way in which this novel explores depression is refreshing....engrossing, thought-provoking...unputdownable read. I would happily recommend Where We Fall to fans of women's fiction.
A Bookish Way of Life
Worth Getting in Bed For? Yes. The story is riveting... Weinstein tackles an important subject with the focus on depression and mental illness. The attention paid to the manifestation and treatment was thorough and heartbreaking. The characters all suffer from being human and at times may have done something unlikable, but Weinstein still manages to make them relatable and therefore forgivable.
Worth Getting In Bed For
Weinstein is able to write about the complexity of mental illness with such a delicate hand that your heart filled with compassion for the family as a whole...gripping with fierce emotions, you will find it is the realistic aspect of humanity within a broken family that makes Where We Fall a novel that you will love to hate, and hate to love. Either way, it deserves to be read.
Beautiful and poetic… If you're a sucker for true love, with all its ups and downs, then you'll enjoy this novel…
In Where We Fall, we see the consequences and effects of choices made and not made. Weinstein’s beautifully relatable metaphors of waterfalls, important life decisions, and depictions of the price we pay for love are just a few of the topics in this wise and insightful read.
Your Teen MagazineJune 2016
I give WHERE WE FALL a 4.5 out of 5. Emotional, heartfelt, and beautifully written with great outdoorsy scenery, this contemporary women’s fiction piece hit all the right notes with a story of first loves, first hurts, betrayal, and hope of redemption.
HeatherBewitched Bookworm Blogger