Lessons about faith, life, money and the lack thereof abound. Detailed descriptions transport the reader into this young woman's Southern upbringing and the culture clash that rocks her world. DeVeaux travels the road of depression, hope, and coming to terms with her situation and relationships.
As literary fiction, this book highlights the universal truths of forgiveness, mercy, and grace. I found it a thoughtful look at the meaning of life.
Hmm, I've never heard of that author but I don't read much literary fiction.
Before I want to read it though, did it have a happy ending? Or at least a fulfilling one?
Hi Jessica -
Someone gave me this book. I don't want to give away too much, but I thought it came to a satisfying ending. I'd say it was primarily a character-driven book.
Hope this helps.
This sounds very good. Right up my alley as far as the genre I like to read. And the fact that it's set in Charleston (right down the road from me).
BTW, I'm finally on Facebook. I just joined and I'm still getting the hang of it, but I will try and send you a friend request.
Hi Sarah -
Since the book takes place in your general area, I think you'd find it appealing.
Thanks for inviting me to be your friend on Facebook. What a nice surprise! I wrote some notes on your wall. If I can help, let me know. It's pretty easy.
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