Easy read. Compelling story and life lessons for all with a slice of pie. A joy to read.Published 8 days ago by Lindalee Grigg
Incredible descriptive power with words, I was hooked and addicted to her every pie picking word.
Keep the adventures coming.
Having endured much grief and loss, and also loving pie, I picked up this memoir fully intending to become absorbed in it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Zedzebra
This book not only makes you want to eat and/or bake pies, but it is a great comfort and encouragement for anyone who has lost a spouse, especially if it is a recent loss. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Deborah Beighley
The book was entertaining, the crust recipe actually works much better than the current recipe that I have been usingPublished 3 months ago by carl bob
liked it very much!!!!! Very heartwarming. I wanted to go to the kitchen and bake some pies. She wrote it very wellPublished 3 months ago by DAVID BROWN
Anyone who has experienced the pain of grief over loss will identify with Beth Howard's journey to recovery as she struggles to bring a comforting purpose back to her life through... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sophie McGee
This is not quite what I thought the book would be. It meanders a bit too much for my taste so that one gets lost from the story.Published 7 months ago by Steleen
Funny and honest - inspiring. Beth Howard's memoir reminds us that life is short, and baked goods spread joy. The world definitely needs more pie.Published 8 months ago by Tracy D