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on February 24, 2014
Hummingbirds Don’t Fly in the Rain by Kimberly Klein is a beautiful memoir written in the memory of her 13 year old daughter. In this memoir Kimberly Klein takes you through all of the event surrounding her daughter’s death. At the beginning Kimberly has just learned of her daughter’s disappearance but as she continues she tells us about their life together before the accident and her life after.
The heartache suffered by Klein shines through in her touching explanation of the life she spent with her daughter, the journey to finding about her death, and the countless legal battles after. The part that I enjoyed about this book the most was Klein’s gradual discovery that she can still communicate with her daughter, even now that she has left this world. It was heartwarming to know that she found peace in her spiritual awakening and comforting to see the possibility of remaining in contact with our lost loved ones.
I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone.