Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Read by Moonlight

A could-have-been tragic childhood is dappled in moonlight.  With secular momentum the author choose to be a servant leader to her needy mother and younger sisters.  Her sense of duty and what is right is strangely steadfast.  I think she graciously writes about her parents who were particularly bad examples.  Her step dad and his parents brought her some much needed stability.  The book is subtly about forgiveness and relationships.

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