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It started out a little slow and I almost gave up on it but I am glad that I stuck with it. It gets better several chapters in. Very heart-warming.Published 4 months ago by Melissa H.
This book mirrors my life in so many ways so I had an instant interest in the outcome. Mandel touches on real issues a chronically ill woman faces. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Heather K. McCann
It was a joy to read about a person with MS and how she was able to have a fulfilling life.Published 9 months ago by irene johnson
I didn't even finish the book - that says a lot because I usually do finish any book I start. This was kind of sappy, boring and basically unbelievable. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Linda D. Charles
This was an interesting story, very different from most. The heroine, 29, has had MS for 5 years. There is a lesson involved in what a person with MS goes through just trying to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Gatorfan
It was a great, touching story which I thoroughly enjoyed. I recommend for anyone. I particularly end
Joyed the relationship between Anna and her ma!
This was the first novel I've read since my pre-teen years with a main character who has a debilitating disease, and many of the observations she makes struck a chord; these are... Read morePublished 13 months ago by AMCIT