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A Sundog Moment

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  • Posted September 6, 2013

    It Must Run in the Family !!!

    My husband has been an avid reader of Baldacci books and when I discovered that his sister is also an author, I investigated further. Finding this book by chance, it seemed to appeal to me. While reading it, it seemed to me that the author had either done a tremendous amount of research factually or had personal and emotional knowledge of her topic. Not until after I had read and enjoyed the book did I research her personal background and find the reason for this feeling of familiarity. Sharon has created an engrossing work of literature.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    insightful inspirational character study

    Michael and Elizabeth Whittaker are a loving well-balanced couple fluid like Astaire and Rogers in all they do. However, without warning, Elizabeth begins to become uncoordinated. Concerned they have her checked out fearing a brain tumor. Though not that, both are stunned when Dr. Jones informs them she suffers from multiple sclerosis. Their harmonious world will never be the same. Her family and friends react with horror only adding to Elizabeth¿s sudden feeling of isolation from the secure world she knew. Her mom is over the edge her best friend has no idea how to act with her and her loving spouse fears leaving her on her own. Needing understanding not trepidation, Elizbath joins the Northern Neck Neuromuscular Support Group, but some members turn to marijuana for healing and pain relief. Instead Elizabeth turns to Father Wells who advices her to seek the sun where sundogs provide halos of hope when things seem it¿s darkest. --- This insightful inspirational character study will grip the audience from the moment that the heroine begins to comprehend that she has more than just an illness to battle as caring relatives and buddies drive her up a wall. Elziabeth¿s search for solace goes through the five steps of grief as she struggles spiritually as much as emotionally especially as her body fails her. Though the realistic portrayal that makes this a strong novel at times slows down the pacing, Sharon Baldacci, an MS sufferer, provides a wonderful tale of a courageous woman

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2004

    A Gift For Those Who Have Suffered

    The author has a gift for placing her readers in the hearts and minds of her characters. You gain a real appreciation for what it feels like to suffer from multiple sclerosis and to be constantly reminded that you are 'damaged.' This book will provide inspiration and comfort for those who suffer from any type of physical or mental affliction. It will also provide inspiration and comfort for those who care for someone who suffers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2004

    Beautiful, Inspirational

    This is so beautifully written, the real life out here as it actually happens, even though is fiction, I guarantee anyone reading this will come away far richer by having read this

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