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The writing is almost a bit too understated for my taste, though.
Roger Rosenblatt gave his daughter, Amy, the most beautiful of gifts, a poignant story woven out of countless vignettes about her beloved family.
My friends will understand this...I really wanted to read the book because it seemed so depressing.
Another one of coping with deep loss and living on after burying your own adult child.Published 1 month ago by T Wilds
This book was insufferable. Rosnblatt is a braggart and a blowhard. I'd heard of him and maybe even read a column of his or saw him on tv ( apparently he didn't leave much of an... Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. G. Adler
It was a very moving story and showed how important grandparents can be in the life of grandchildren. I pray I never have to face what the family went through.Published 2 months ago by Eva K. Park
For anyone who has lost a family member in an unexpected death, this is a sweet and lovely look at how the other family members continue with life.Published 3 months ago by Robin B. Katz
While you feel for the characters loss, which is very real, it seems like they are too easily healed. Read morePublished 3 months ago by sheree
It's hard to imagine taking full charge of raising your grandchildren, but that's what the author and his wife do in this beautifully written book. A good book and a quick read.Published 4 months ago by Suzanne Pepple
This book came at a time when I needed it for some life challenges that had come my way. Roger's insights gave me peace and strength to carry on. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Barb W
I was deeply moved reading this very personal story by Mr. Rosenblatt. His incredibly intimate style of writing was so infused with the deep love he holds for his dear daughter. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Donna S
I picked up this book because someone close to me was recently diagnosed with cancer. I appreciated Rosenblatt's apt observations after the unexpected death of his daughter. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nancy Schoenfeld