Book Reviews of Entering Normal

Entering Normal
Entering Normal
Author: Anne D. LeClaire
ISBN-13: 9780345445735
ISBN-10: 0345445732
Publication Date: 2002
Pages: 289
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
This book was awesome, I loved, loved loved it. Parts are very sad so do not read if you don't want to feel sad but this author muct have gone through the loss of someone close to have such insight.
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Helpful Score: 2
A tender, spirited book about friendship and survival. Wisely and wonderfully written.
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Helpful Score: 1
I enjoyed this book
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Helpful Score: 1
I didn't find this sad, the ending was beautiful!
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Read this book when i wasn't yet a christian so uncertain about the moral aspects of the book. found it to be an excellent story. One of the few fiction books that I loved.
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This is an amazingly touch book. Loved it!
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There are strong elements of grief in the book. It is a good story with well developed characters. I cried. I liked the story.
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This is about a single Mom who upon growing tired of her Mother's criticism and her ex's inability to show her love or committment, decides to make a huge move. Opal believes in 'signs' so she gets in the car, throws a dice & vows to stop on when three full tanks of gas have been used. This is how her and her son Zack enter the small town of Normal.

Rose & Ned's son was killed in a car wreck five years before. Ned appears to have moved on, but Rose cannot let go. Rose wants no part of her new 'irresponsible' neighbor and her son. She can't bear to even hear the sound of Zack's laughter outside.

These two women couldn't be more different, yet somehow maybe the two can find a way to help each other in a way no one else can.

I loved this book! I found as many other Anne LeClaire books as I could and ordered them last night.
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I loved this book. I read it in one day. It was fast paced and had a different ending then what you excpected.
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This book is very moving, an excellent read.