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personally,She is the friend every woman should have.
Whether it was about her childhood, her son's illness, or her search to reconnect with her Judiasm, this was one of the most moving and compelling stories I have ever read. It has encouraged me to go deeper into my own background (although I was raised a reform Jew, not Orthodox), and my own beliefs. It has made me want to become a better person, mother, daughter, sister, friend. I hope I will be as lucky to find such wonderful mentors along my path as Dani found.
As an aside, when I returned home from my vacation, I ran to purchase the hardcover edition of this wonderful memoir, so that I could have it on my night table, and re-read passages, sentences that moved me.
Thank you to Dani Shapiro. I am a fan forever.