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Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral by Kris Radish
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Jan 16, 09

bookshelves: 2007-audio-books, 2007-mysteries
Read in December, 2007

Annie Freeman’s Fabulous Traveling Funeral, by Kris Radish. Narrated by Linda Stevens. Produced by Recorded Books and purchased through Audible.com.

This book is one of those delightful books which, I suppose might be called chick lit. Annie Freeman had four very dear friends from different phases of her life. Then while she was dying she became close to her hospice nurse as well. So, she left a letter with one of the women, Katherine, in which she had arranged plans for after her death. She wants her five friends to spread her ashes in five specific places that have meant something to her in her life. She wants them to discover why each place was important to her, and she believes that they all can gain something for their own lives. So, incredibly, the five women agree to go on this pilgrimage which they quickly name Annie Freeman’s Fabulous Traveling Funeral. It’s a wonderful book with positive life changes for all the women as a result of this experience. A heart-warming comfort read.


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