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I enjoyed this book for several reasons. It was well-written, of course, but I found it especially refreshing to see that these people were human—with faults that they actually realized and were working to correct—rather than idealized romantic leads. I also found it very interesting to learn about the MDS and the work that they volunteer to do after any disaster, as well as all of the work that is required for clean-up after a hurricane and flooding before people may return to their homes. As a native Ohioan, I have only seen these things on television, and we all know that, after a week or so, most of the press coverage wanes—but the problems don’t. MDS stays—even after the Red Cross and other relief agencies leave—until the work is done.
— Rachael Hartman