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    A Piece of the World

    I hsve been summering on the Maine coast on my various boats for 40 years, theWyeths, Port Clyde, the Olsen house, the Farnsworth epitomise what Maine means to me it is where my soul resides. Kline has enligbtend and enriched my love and understanding of this coast and its people. l am not sure it is for everyone but for me it is a very special book. thsnk you for writing i
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    A Great Read

    This is a poignant view of of a woman who lives her life struggling with a debilitating health issue. Does she choose to remain that way or has life not provided her with any reasons to change? The thing she wanted most out of life was just to be seen as the person she was but her stubbornness and fear of being left alone leave others seeing her in a different light.
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    Insightful

    Lovely blending of facts fleshed out with possible, even probable details, this book offers insights and perspectives that enlighten and engage the reader. I very much looked forward to this book upon reading the sample that followed Orphan Train, which I also loved, and both of which I will probably revisit at some point n the future.
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