March 14, 2016

Book Review

Hello, friends,

How's your Monday so far? Working at Manna was tiring, but the day went better because I managed to get a number of tasks done before leaving the house. 

We haven't had a book review in a while, so thought I'd tell you about one read recently. 

The story is set in Avalon, Illinois, returning to the residents met in the author's earlier book, Friendship Bread. Family and intersecting lives are the theme. The people of Avalon are faced with  serious health concerns, deception among relatives and loss in various forms, lightened up with the comic relief of a found goat. Gee makes these characters believable, sympathetic and real to the reader. If things are hectic for you, try a break in Avalon, a perfect mini getaway. Immerse yourself in the problems and triumphs of the members (willing or conscripted) of the Scrapbooking Society.  You'll be glad you did. 

Have a good one.


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