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Thank You for All Things

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  • Posted September 3, 2014

    Highly Recommended. Enjoyable read.

    Good story line. Story ends leaving the door open for a sequel.

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  • Posted July 31, 2011

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    Loved it!

    This book touched upon how you can always learn something from sad situation. I liked how it was written from the perspective of an almost teenage girl who is very smart but still finds room to learn about life's important messages.

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  • Posted April 12, 2011

    Thank You

    Thank you for all things, a novel about love, loss, abuse and forgiveness. Sandra Kring is a great writer that brings the characters to life and each story seems to reveal a bit of ourselves. Times throughout you will cry and most certainly laugh. Story told from by an eleven year, Lucy, that struggles to find her roots, even if they are not as she has imagined them to be.

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  • Posted May 12, 2010

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    Every once in awhile, you need that book that brings you back to reality. Something that reminds you of the importance of family, friends, and most of all the love that those relationships bring. For me, this book was it. I wasn't sure about such a serious topic in the voice of a twelve year old. But, maybe that's what makes this story work. Since she is a child, she sees and understand things differently than the adults do. And I think she is part of the reason that all the horrible things of the past are brought to the surface. By coming to terms with all of those events, the family is able to start the process of healing. Something I think the rest of them wondered if it was ever a possibility. The way the events of the past were laid out was bittersweet and left me in awe that this family was able to survive. I think I will be searching out more by this author!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2009

    Great read.

    I liked the balance between setting in Cambridge, history, and suspense. Kept me guessing throughout. Looking forward to reading more of Ms. Jenoff's works.

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