Mar 6, 2012
The Christmas Note
Melissa's mother dies, leaving her with a messy apartment to clean, a life full of rotten memories, and a note. That single note leads her to find that she is not alone, as she once thought. Instead, her life, her existence, her thread in the tapestry of life is connected to two others, a brother and a sister. With the help and support of her neighbor Gretchen, Melissa sets out on a journey to find her siblings and ends up finding herself as well.
I had a hard time getting into this book. The story line is something I cannot relate to. But, I did enjoy it, once I got through the first couple chapters. The author switches from Melissa to Gretchen, telling the story from both woman's perspectives. I like this style of writing, as it gives the reader a variety of responses to the same situations.
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I received this complementary book from Thomas Nelson Publishers for my honest review.
Posted by Cynthia Dyer