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I liked the characters but thought that their friendship was almost too quickly developed.
The story of "Good Harbor" illustrates and helps us experience the importance of accepting our lives and appreciating the world that is in our own backyard.
Ok, so it's not like her first book, "The Red Tent" ~~ but I didn't care as Diamant writes with her usual care and precision in telling a story.
Do not know.................I can not received it on my reader and kindle fire. I guess I blew $1.99Published 11 days ago by John G.
Definitely a woman's lovely story...about friendship and the need to have someone, other than one's husband, to share deep meaningful thoughts with. Read morePublished 16 days ago by beachouse
This was a beautiful read about two women who although from different backgrounds and different ages became friends. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Lesley
I thought this story would be sad, about a woman with breast cancer but the story transcended that. Two women become friends and share all their life secrets. Read morePublished 4 months ago by LexMom
I purchased this novel on Kindle because I live just a few minutes from Good Harbor beach, the title location of this book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Oceanhexe
Friends can often be the sounding board that family
can't during crisis and even some milestones in life. This story tells of two such friends.