Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Re-Navigation by Sue Parritt. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for my stop on the tour! Check out my review and let me know what you think.
A gloomy seascape is of little consequence to Julia, as a ferry transports her to an isolated Welsh island to undertake a Spiritual Development course.
Soon, Julia finds herself surrounded by new friends and questions. As relationships deepen, so does Julia’s feeling that something crucial is missing from her life.
As passion ignites and deep-buried secrets surface, Julia faces choices that will forever change the direction of her life. But at what cost?
After reading Sue Parritt’s Feed Thy Enemy, I immediately knew I needed to read Re-Navigation. I’m so glad I did. What a fantastic story full of secrets and consequences.
I love Sue Parritt’s beautiful writing. She really draws you into her stories and keeps you hooked through the entire novel. I really just thought this book was a beautiful, well-paced novel with some twists and interesting characters.
I highly recommend checking out Re-Navigation! It’s a wonderful novel with a great plotline and compelling writing. I will definitely be reading more of Sue Parritt’s books!
Originally from England, Sue worked in university libraries until taking early retirement in 2008 to concentrate on creative writing. Since then she has written short stories, articles, poetry, a short TV drama script and six novels:
Sannah and the Pilgrim, first in a trilogy of a future dystopian Australia focusing on climate change and the harsh treatment of refugees from drowned Pacific islands. Odyssey Books, 2014. Commended in the FAW Christina Stead Award, 2014.
Pia and the Skyman, Odyssey Books, 2016. Commended in the FAW Christina Stead Award, 2016.
The Sky Lines Alliance, Odyssey Books, 2016.
Chrysalis, the story of a perceptive girl growing up in a Quaker family in swinging sixties’ Britain. Morning Star Press, 2017
Re-Navigation recounts a life turned upside down when forty-year old Julia journeys from the sanctuary of middle-class Australian suburbia to undertake a retreat at a college located on an isolated Welsh island. Creativia Publishing, 2019.
Feed Thy Enemy, based on her father’s experiences, is an account of courage and compassion in the face of trauma as a British airman embarks on a plan that risks all to feed a starving, war-stricken family. Creativia Publishing, 2019.
Sue’s current project, A Question of Country, isa novel exploring the migrant experience through the protagonist’s lifelong search for meaningful identity.
Passionate about peace and social justice issues, Sue’s goal as a fiction writer is to continue writing novels that address topics such as climate change, the effects of war, the treatment of refugees, feminism and racism. Sue intends to keep on writing for as long as possible, believing the extensive life experiences of older writers can be employed to engage readers of all ages.
Let me know what you think!