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It was very inspiring and down to earth at the same time.
Her characters come alive amidst the beauty and charm of New Orleans and Paris, places that she describes so well from experiences there.
This is a great book to read not only for the way it is written but to feel what alcoholism can do to a family.
A beautifully written and compelling story with an important reminder to us all...love and compassion conquers all. "We are all just walking each other home." Ram Das. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ellen
This is an important book for mothers to read with their daughters to help them see the dangers to follow by choosing to spend their lives with "attractive " men who are... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Madeleine M. Phelan
Below Sea Level s a must-read for all! Whether you are in recovery or not, believe in god or are an atheist, you will get lost in the story and close the book feeling uplifted and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lauren
Loved it great read. Enjoyed the authors use of words and themes. Reads well and is like the Karen Whites I have readPublished 5 months ago by Aline Walshe
A great description of what alcoholism can do to a family but tells also that solutions exist through prayer and friendshipPublished 5 months ago by Christian
This book is full of hope and I really enjoyed the happy end of these families of NO. Since I'm French, I also did enjoyed the many references to French culture in Louisiana and in... Read morePublished 5 months ago by G. Olivier
The sights, sounds and tasters described in Below Sea Level invoked nostalgia in me. Foster takes the dark subject of alcoholism and treats it with wit and wisdom; there is nothing... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tonia Grein
Jane Foster's choice of detail is astounding and tickles the senses. She sends a strong message of hope through prayer. The more you read, the better it gets. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thomas K Flagg
Loved this book. I felt I was back home in New Orleans, my hometown. Jane did a wonderful job explaining dealing with a difficult disease in a loved one. Read morePublished 5 months ago by S Davis