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    No big story

    I have read a few books from this author and usually enjoy them. This one lacked a good story. Took me a long time to finish because I got bored.
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    First Come Loe

    Never developed any type of affinity for any of the charaters in this book, all very shallow and self~centered,
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    Good book

    Enjoyed this book. Interesting story of real life issues when losing a family member unexpectantly.
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    First comes love

    Great and enjoyable read. So many emotions and shows the confusing dynamics of a family. How death can jpset lives for years or even decades....the pain is always there.
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    A must read book!

    I read this book over the course of a weekend and it was so compelling that I couldn't put it down. It relates to family dynamics, dealing with loss; grieving, real life, the art of forgiveness and most of all love
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