This book will especially appeal to older readers, as the main character is in her early 50's. We see how she copes and reacts not only to physical losses, but to ideological losses. It is the kind of book that when you are finished, you will say, "I'm glad I read that."
I throughly enjoyed reading this book. It is the story of one woman and how she dealt with tragedy in her life. It showed me how I should react when bad things happen.
I read Things we Once Held Dear by Tatlock first..big mistake. That book was slow, poorly written and predictable. Yet, something drew me into reading another one of her books, and I actually enjoyed A Place Called Morning. A sad book, so have some tissues near. Yet, forgiveness--not just recieved from someone else, but the kind you have to give yourself is greatly portrayed in this book.
I loved this book! It left me with a "warm and fuzzy feeling"
I loved this book, bit of a tear-jerker.