Priscille Sibley does a masterful job of grabbing you on the first page and holding you to the very end of the book.
This story teaches us that when it comes to life and death issues, every situation is unique and there will never be a law that will be right for every person.
I thought it was very depressing and somewhat predictable, but the story was well written and the characters well developed.
Very good book from start to finish. I would highly recommend it. Makes me wish there was a movie adaptation so I could see this amazing story come to life.Published 7 days ago by maria
I thoroughly enjoyed this engaging story. It kept me wanting to read more and made me think deeply about the issues it addressed.Published 13 days ago by Lynn
Easy read with a controversial plot. The author's writing style kept me hooked & I found it to be a sweet (if slightly contrived) story.Published 24 days ago by C. Cutts
Like your first reviewer, I would give this 10 stars. I read this book with a lump in my throat, so caught up in the story, that I felt myself living the heartbreak and love that... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Betsy Renzetti
The characters came to light and developed a story that stimulated one's thinking on the question of life or death for a child awaiting birth in a mother who is laying in a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gloria Jean Youngblood
It's rare that a book makes you want to root for every character and yet that's what this one does. It was a privilege to be exposed to writing of this level and to feel as though... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Modl
The premise worked. I had a few moments of wanting to club some of the folk, but that only made for a realistic and well-crafted story.Published 1 month ago by Normandie Fischer