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Resurrection in May by Lisa Samson
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Aug 02, 2010

it was amazing
Read in July, 2010

Just out of college, May Seymore wanted to reach the ends of the earth so she went on a mission to Rwanda. Witnessing horrible genocide and living through some horrific events. Finding May on the side of the road drunk Claudias a back of the woods farmer picks her up and settles her down on his farm. May continues to live with him so she can try to recover from the horror that she has been through. Depression, PTSD is pretty prevalent in this story. May and Claudias become fast friends and have the love, emotion and down right admiration for one another that a father and daughter relationship sometimes has.
I loved this book. I was engrossed from start to finish. I felt as if I was right there on that farm. I sometimes had tears in my eyes and laughter in my heart. I would recommend this to anyone.

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