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Good Grief by Lolly Winston
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May 24, 11

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Read from May 20 to 22, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1

This wasn't an amazing, life-changing book, but it was a good, light read that dealt with a hard subject in an uplifting, positive way. Most of the time when you read a book about someone who lost their spouse to cancer, you can expect it to try to drag you into how difficult and depressing it is to go on with life. This book pulled you in, but instead of being depressing, it made you understand the struggles while watching a normal person get through them. I found myself rooting for Sophie as she came to terms with her husband's untimely death from cancer and moved on with her life in a realistic way. The characters are fun and entertaining, and you realize everyone is dealing with something unpleasant, but we all make do with help from each other. A quick, fun read that makes you want to enjoy life despite any problems you may be facing.

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