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The Readers Of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katrinia Bivald

 

the Readers of Broken Wheel recommend

Powerful, Character Driven Book!

Powerful story with powerful characters.

Read on to learn about Broken Wheel and its citizens.

The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald is the up and coming book of the year! 

#1 Indie Next Great Read

 

I really don’t know where to start with this review. This was a wonderful book, one of the best I have read in some time. It was hard for me to review, as I am not sure I have the words to do it justice.  Ms. Bivald’s talent is obvious as you read this story;  you will come to love this town and the residents.

 

Story Line:

Sara Lindqvist from Sweden has corresponded with Amy Harris of Broken Wheel, Iowa for two years. A

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Good Mourning by Elizabeth Meyer with Caitlin Moscatello

good mourning

Inside Look At Death

Good Mourning Is A Gem:  witty,  clever, humorous

Powerful!

When I opened this book I was not sure what I would find inside.  Was I going to cry for the next few days or was just sadness waiting in the pages?

 

I was wonderfully surprised at the content; witty, clever, humorous, yes, sad at times, eye-opening, irreverent, and tongue in check with quite a different formula for funerals that I found I quite liked.

 

In the Southern Bible Belt a funeral is almost a religious experience; Ms. Meyers ideas of the send off were so different from we have, I found myself saying, yes, why not!  What a wonderful idea to have all the things that person loved and valued placed at the funeral. I found this a wonderful idea.

 

The portrayals of the ultra rich as pampered, spoiled, selfish, royalty were educational as I did not realize the rich expected so much to be done for and given to them as a course of life, a product of their privileges. As Ms. Meyers says in this book, death is the one thing that unites all of us, rich or poor.

 

I enjoyed this book from the first paragraph to last sentence as Ms. Meyers and Ms Moscatello entertained and kept my interest as they documented Ms. Meyers travels from an ultra rich privileged spoiled party planning young woman grieving for her

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