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A Godsend: A Love Story for Grown-ups

by Dalma Heyn

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My Grandmother used to say that if something was truly important you should put it in writing. It is advice that has served me well throughout my life. Like the characters in this book I find a solidity and connection in writing my thoughts by hand. The first page of Godsend had me giggling, a state the remained for a good portion of the book. Then the beautifully written characters made my heart ache and all I could do was hold my breath and wait to see what happened. As much as this book is about the journey to love it is also a well written love letter to all of us, calling us back to a quieter more thoughtful way of connecting with ourselves and those around us. ( )
  VirginiaGill | Dec 10, 2011 |
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