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It goes into great detail on many of the appearances and miracles of Mary in history.
The narrator is an author who talks about her own weaknesses, such as too many distracting specifics, and that was precisely what the author did in this book.
There were times I was reading it and wondered if it could be a non-fiction book and these things really happened.
Given to me as a gift by my Spiritual Director who has helped me as I develop a relationship with Mary, I found it delightful, compelling, insightful and most of all fun to read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Blessedbybooks
Loved the premise, however was not so sold on the story as it unfolded.Published 4 months ago by mimi m
I simply loved this book. So unique and a fast read.
While it tells you about the miracles credited to Our Blessed Mother Mary, it is done in such a unique and fun way. Read more
Yes, it's different, yes, it's quirky, yes it's awesome! Loved it. Similar to Child of a Rainless Year (which I loved too), but about Mary the Mother of God. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Suzanne Beck
My wife has made those who are interested in the subject aware of this book. They have agreed with her on the imortance of the book.Published 11 months ago by Maryann R.
Yet, that is exactly what happens in this humorous yet, intellectually stimulating fiction. I couldn't put it down with the bonus that I was learned a Lot! Read morePublished 13 months ago by Betty Stroup
One of my all time favorite reads - I have read this 3 times and it always makes me marvel at the genius the way this author can make me relate to her on so many levels even though... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Roselaine Hare
A friend lent me this book. I read it and loved every page of it. I wanted this treasure for my own, so send away for it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rita H. Strong