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A Month of Summer by Lisa Wingate
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Feb 13, 2010

really liked it
Read in February, 2010

The 2nd Wingate this week ! I liked this book more than the first (The Summer Kitchen). I liked the character development better. I thought the crisis' in their lives to be interesting and not so extreme. The nursing home situation was adequately explored, the developmentally disabled adult character was very well portrayed, and the ups and downs of Alzheimer's as it disfunctions a family was tenderly handled. However, the pregnancy, the brief input into commune living, and Ghana immigration were adding TOO many irons to the fire. Stop, Lisa, while you are still believable !

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