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A Crack in the Wall by Betty Jane Hegerat
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Nov 15, 2011

it was amazing

I was deeply moved by these stories. Betty Jane Hegerat captures the fragile moments of human connection and shows how the actions of strangers can have a profound impact on the course of our lives. From the woman who sees a child being ignored by his warring parents to the senior women sharing a room in an extended care facility, these stories draw us inside the thoughts and feelings of people we are likely to recognize from our own lives.

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Reading Progress

November 15, 2011 – Started Reading
November 15, 2011 – Shelved
November 26, 2011 –
0.0% "I have only read the first story. The light touch and deep character development drew me into the story. I particularly loved the descriptions of feline behaviour."
December 11, 2011 –
0.0% "A Crack in the Wall takes us inside the hearts and minds of people we see every day. From a young boy playing in the park to a mentally fragmented woman in a nursing home, Betty Jane Hegerat finds the moments that bring us together. I am three quarters of the way through this book and looking forward to continuing."
December 27, 2011 – Finished Reading
December 28, 2011 –

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