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One Moment, One Morning by Sarah Rayner
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Nov 04, 11

bookshelves: first-reads, general-fiction
Read from October 23 to 31, 2011

This story begins with the sudden death of a man on a commuter train changing the course of three women’s lives—the man’s widow, her best friend and a previously unacquainted fellow commuter. The grief of a spouse for her late husband is easy to imagine as well as the way her life must be turned upside down. I found the life changing steps that the other two women take less predictable. The book takes you on three separate emotional journeys and keeps you hoping for the best for each of them. Nothing really astounding happens, but things seem to be moving in a positive direction at the conclusion. Rayner’s tale held my interest and I liked the three characters she created, I just wanted something more. The book stopped, but there was really no ending. Thanks Goodreads for another first reads win!

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