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It's a book that will be remembered long after it's read.
Having adored Anne Morrow Lindbergh's writing, and felt a deep personal connection with her through that writing, this book helped to bring a sort of closure to me.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs to prepare for the death of a much-loved family member.
Good insight into the frustrations of being a caregiver - hardest job in the world for a family member.Published 10 days ago by Kathy Dow
I went to Rosemary Hall and knew Reeve, although not well. I have read all of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's books and just finished reading No
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This book is a life -enriching, glorious tribute to the grace and poise with which Anne Morrow Lindbergh fully lived her final days as recounted by her daughter, Revee Lindberg. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rebecca Hasemeier
Very well written, comforting and insightful book about AML's last years, about caregiving for a loved one/parent, honest and heartfelt about the struggle and inner conflict when... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Stuart
Insight into the last years of Anne Lindbergh along with a daughter's struggle to do the 'right' thing for her aging parent. Read morePublished 1 month ago by pamela lovejoy
Recently read THE AVIATORS WIFE and wanted to read more about Anne M. Lindbergh and wanted to read things that she wrote too.Published 8 months ago by Dianne Thyret
Great book. Very meaningful especially since my own mother has Alzheimer's. I can recommend this book to anyone who is caring for an aging parentPublished 11 months ago by Delores R Quick
I found the book extremely well-written. A new insight into the Lindbergh family from the inside.
a good read for anyone!