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  • All Things Consoled

    An interesting read by someone going through the last years of their parents life. Always nice to get a real life perspective of these difficult transitions.

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  • A joy to read!

    Some books you just love to read and this is one of them. Filled with poignant reflections on life and aging. I want to go back through and save some of the ones I want to recall. So glad I found this book.

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  • All Things Consoled

    I enjoyed the story from start to finish. I did get a bit mixed trying to keep the characters straight in some parts. It was not a problem. One of best authors that I read. Iam overjoyed when I see a new book is out.

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  • Disappointed

    This is the story of Ms. Hay's parents and their decline into age related illnesses and conditions. I was hoping it would shed some light on my own plight with my father, but it did not. It was a personal memoir examining her relationship with her mother and father. I felt this was her personal story that should have been kept in her own dresser drawer, for it did not entertain, educate or help me in any way. The only reason I gave it two stars instead of one was because after her first parent died the novel became much more fluid and honest.

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  • Beatifully written memoir

    Elizabeth Hay has shared a very personal, poignant memoir. Her writing is beautiful and she shares her feelings and thoughts about herself and her parents in an honest and loving way.

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