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Sarah's Quilt by Nancy E. Turner
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Mar 11, 09

This book might better have been titled "Sarah's Affliction". I really began to feel overwhelmed by all her hardships and couldn't figure out how she was ever going to come out on top. On top of everything that went wrong, I was still so sad about the loss of Jack in the first book--that was a total blow to me. (Turner did such a good job of making him endearing.) But, I did enjoy reading it and enjoyed Sarah's perspective on things. I will say, the woman sure is a hard worker! Just reading about all the work she and her family did made me feel really lazy for just sitting there reading!
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Andrea Bailey I also had a hard time with the title. It is hard to buy Sarah as a quilter, all of that felt a little artificially imposed and inconsistent with her character from the 1st book.

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