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Chasing Rainbows by Kathleen Long
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Jan 19, 12

bookshelves: contemporary for readers

*Reviewed by Davia for R.N.J


Bernadette's life is spinning out of control! She losses a child, her husband leaves her, she hates her job, and her father dies unexpectedly. These painful experiences are sending her into a depression. Can she get her life back on track?


This story is one of inspiration after dealing with many of life's unfortunate mishaps. This book will make you laugh, cry and hope that Bernie will get it together. After her father dies suddenly, he leaves behind a box of cryptograms which become inspiring messages while Bernie is dealing with her grief. Enough is enough and Bernie begins to slowly get her life back in order and begins her healing for her losses and forgiveness for those who have done her wrong. Family, friends and strangers help her along the way.

This book took me on a rollercoaster ride of grief, humor and joy, but I was rooting Bernie on all the way! The cryptograms were so inspiring (actually wrote some down). The title also was fitting, turning your life around and Chasing Rainbows.

I think the author did a wonderful job with the storyline.

Story: Good
Intimacy: None
Enjoyment: Good

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