I read somewhere that this book was for fans of Jodi Picoult.
This is a beautiful book with wonderful characters, pitch-perfect dialogue, and a well-paced story that's rich with love, sensitivity, humor, and honesty.
Her characters, Danielle and Humphrey, are so real that you can't help but feel what they feel.
An ex lawyer with a degree in world politics amazingly writes a book about, at its core, Immigration Policy. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Cipher
Wonderful I loved the book so much it is really sad but still is a amazing book u should read itPublished 11 months ago by Dawn Burton
The book is amazing! I loved it so much because Levy made it easy for the reader to relate to the character. Read morePublished 13 months ago by somerandomperson
My step-daughter LOVED this book and got an A on the test at school! I look forward to reading it as well!Published 14 months ago by Beth
When a tragic accident takes the life of the 5-year-old she is babysitting, Danielle is pulled into issues beyond her control. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Cynthia Hudson
Pretty good book. Kinda dry and slow at some parts but over all a good storyline. Very very very swaggy.Published 19 months ago by Caeley
This is a beautiful book with wonderful characters, pitch-perfect dialogue, and a well-paced story that's rich with love, sensitivity, humor, and honesty. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Janet
This book is as beautiful as it is heart-breaking. Debbie Levy has written a telling tale, full of language and images that ring true to life. Read morePublished 20 months ago by BJ
The book is about how Danielle tries to cope and come to terms with the death of the five-year old boy she babysits.
To me, this was a very emotional and inspirational book. Read more