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Life From Scratch by Melissa  Ford
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Apr 28, 15

bookshelves: food-ish-fiction
Read from February 21 to 23, 2011

I loved this book. Whether you are going through a divorce, contemplating a divorce or even happily married I believe you could take something meaningful from this book. If you are happily married you might find yourself seeing all the things that you doing right and recognizing that you aren't in a good place by chance, it took work on both parts to get there. If you are contemplating a divorce you could see that there are two sides to every story, and to think it through, and do what needs doing because you can't go back in time. If you are divorced and reading it you might recognize yourself in Rachel a little. You might see that life can go on if divorce is the road you end up on. I almost felt like I was reading a memoir the writer made Rachel seem so real. I wanted to find the blog, and read it for real and felt a little disappointed that it was not. Most of all I felt that sometimes life sends you certain books that you need to read, gives you real world advice in the disguise of a fictional book.
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message 1: by Melissa (new)

Melissa Ford I love how you write: "Most of all I felt that sometimes life sends you certain books that you need to read, gives you real world advice in the disguise of a fictional book." I feel that way so often. Thank you so much for this review.


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