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|Length: 256 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Very funny accounting of a woman whose 85 year old mother becomes a nun. The mother is a riot and her daughter brings all of her oddities to life for one fun read.Published 2 months ago by Reads4fun
Dealing with my own aging parents, this gave me a not so shuttle reminder to keep my sense of humor. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kerry A. Neal
hard book to put down once you've started. very easy to relate to the characters. well writtenPublished 7 months ago by Vickp
I have completed this chapter of my life and Morris 's description is spot on. With that said, I still found the narrative a bit underwhelming and a bit self indulgent.Published 8 months ago by Mac
This memoir of a sandwich generation daughter caring for her aging mother is informative, funny and a worthwhile read. I definitely enjoyed it.Published 10 months ago by Carole
This was cute and fun reading. It was not deep just a quick read that was enjoyable.Published 12 months ago by susan engorn
This is a beautiful, witty, inspiring book about the relationship between Susan and her somewhat eccentric mother. I am looking forward to more work from her.Published 12 months ago by Lenora Burton
Very entertaining and insightful read. I would recommend "The Habit" highly. Hope to see more work from this fine author.Published 14 months ago by Bruce M. Quinn
An honest, no-holds-barred look at caring for an aging, injured, and very spirited mother (who happens to be facing cancer). Read morePublished 15 months ago by Melissa W
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|The Habit - Book Club questions||
For our club, the hostess has to come up with question. We write them down on slips of paper and draw one each. Some ?? were--who will be your "Susan" in your later years?
What role did her siblings play? What happened to Susan in Ireland with the gardener?
Was the mom a good mom? How... Read More
Aug 1, 2012 by WWB-bookie | See all 4 posts