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Wreckage by Emily Bleeker | Summary & Analysis

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A plane crash shatters the lives of two families, raising complex issues of love, loyalty and loss, in Wreckage, the debut novel by Emily Bleeker. Lillian Linden takes a much-needed vacation to Fiji with her mother-in- law, Margaret, who won the trip in a contest sponsored by Carlton Yogurt. Lillian has two young sons and a busy life in Missouri, so she relishes the break. However, Margaret can often be overbearing. As Lillian is the kind of person who tries to make life easier for everyone around her, she usually lets her husband, Jerry, and Margaret have their way. For the second week of their trip, a small private jet is taking them to Adiata Beach, a remote beach. Riding along is David Hall, a public relations man from Carlton Yogurt. Their flight attendant is kind and friendly Theresa Sampson. She tells David she just broke up with their pilot, Kent Carter, whom she calls Captain Kent Grabby-Hands…

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