At the top of my list.
The narrator has a fine soothing voice making this audible book a pleasant listening experience.
Yes, when Will at the end read a passage about God aloud and Mary Ann smiled. It occurred to me that was her moment when she was at total peace and ready to let go.
Yes, I enjoyed learning about Mary Ann's refugee work throughout the world. I also enjoyed learning about the books Will and Mary Ann shared and discussed.
Today I finished the book and paid tribute to Mary Ann by asking by siblings if they would like me to make a charitable donation in their honor rather than buying them a gift for Christmas.
I am not joking when I answer that preteen boys would enjoy this book, especially all the four letter words.
The characters are charming-the way the story is told is annoying and distracting.
The author has a charming story to tell but her style is immature. Was she in a hurry to meet her deadline? Did anyone edit her book? Lazy work on several levels here. On a positive note the cover is cute.
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