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She's in a Better Place

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2009

    Wonderful series

    This is a very off beat funny series that covers a subject we sometimes tend to avoid. I would recommend these books but suggest you start with the first one "Doesn't She Look Natural" to set the stage.
    Very easy read.

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  • Posted February 11, 2009

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    Good to the Last Page

    This was a book I did not want to begin reading because I KNEW that when I finished it, I'd feel bookless. As long as I put off starting it, I knew that I had a treasure waiting. I was correct. It's the third book in the Fairlawn series, and I loved it. Angela Hunt has the ability to write a trilogy so that each book can be read alone and understood perfectly; however, when all are read in order, a deeper experience awaits the reader. I've finished this third in the series now, and I feel like a spoiled child, stamping my feet. I don't want this series to finish--ever! I want to move to Mt. Dora and have lunch with Jen! I want to join the ladies and Joella at the Biddle House for a bit of talk; maybe I'll even put on a red hat! I want to watch Kristen grow into the woman God intends. In other words, the characters have come alive for me.<BR/><BR/>This author teaches with her writing. There are so many details; her research amazes me. With this series, I have learned a good bit about the funeral industry, and gained a sense of appreciation for the work of people like Gerald and Jennifer. Angela Hunt aptly handles what could be a touchy subject and makes pleasurable reading. The story takes the reader along to a convention for people in the industry. All sorts of tips are given. Why, I even learned how to apply mascara!<BR/><BR/>In addition to learning, this volume contains other things that appeal to readers. There's a need for tissues because of the tears. There's romance. There's humor. (The Living Funeral is hysterical.) I cannot recommend this series high enough. The author is at her peek!<BR/><BR/>Although I have many other books waiting to be read, there are no more Angela Hunt books waiting for me. So I'm bookless. Now what?

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    Posted April 27, 2009

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