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Very good read, I really loved this book It kept my interest and I found it heartwarming.
At another level, the book is an entertaining story, making you care about how the characters will resolve their life griefs and choices.
This beautifully written story of two lives in different time periods captured me from the very beginning.
This is a very good book. Characters are believable. Insight into grief process provokes thought. I may need time to assimilate details but expect good discussion. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Eloise Sulzman
Very interesting how the author joins two periods - the early 1900's and the l960's and the difference or not in the expectations of women. Easy read.Published 1 day ago by Judie Gorra
I enjoyed reading this book and it was a great read for two long airplane rides. I would have given it more stars, but I thought the book was half well written. Read morePublished 4 days ago by C. Laursen
story line a little weak, but individual scenarios handled very well,Published 6 days ago by catherine pearson
Interesting concept! Kept my interest. A good read, and I cared about the characters. Interesting ending.Published 7 days ago by Mary Ellen Collins
Wonderful book. The two lives of these women are intertwined and what a story they have to tell.Published 12 days ago by Kay
Ann Hood understands grief: stay-in-bed-without-showering-or-eating-or-speaking grief. Her daughter died suddenly at age 5 from bacterial meningitis, and Hood captures those... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rhonda Filipan
At times it seemed as though each of the characters were short stories within a story, but she was able to bring them all together in an entertaining way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pamela Gallina