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Book Reviews of Sunsets

ISBN-13: 9780446603072
ISBN-10: 0446603074
Publication Date: 9/1996
Pages: 403
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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RobsMom avatar reviewed Sunsets on + 94 more book reviews
It had me in tears. A really moving story.
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very good
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Two people met and through the years become as close as sisters. They stand by each other through thick and thin, Love, Sorrow and anything that comes their way. They sit on the porch and watch the sunset and play a game the best or the worse of????? The one question that was never ask was best friend they both new the answer to that question.

You will have to have your tissues handy the whole book will bring tears to your eyes, they may be tears of joy or tears of sadness.

One of the best book I have read in the last few months. Put it on you to read list and you will not be sorry you did.
HowieB avatar reviewed Sunsets on + 72 more book reviews
Eve Cameron hit rock bottom when she lost her son to a tragic death..and her marriage crumbled right afterward. Ruthann Bucknum knew things couldn't get worse when, having walked out on her husband seven months earlier, she was out of money, living in her car and unable to find a job.

Then fate brought Eve and Ruthann together to form a friendship that would last a lifetime, and perhaps beyond. In the sunset of their years they would remember the year that was both the worst and best of their lives. What they recall together are the watershed days when forces converged to join their futures, sweep them toward men who brought them love, and initiate their journey toward destiny-two friends, two dreams and one incredible, exciting and intertwined fate.