Gwendolyn Broadmore's Reviews > Good Grief
Gwendolyn Broadmore's review
Jan 18, 2019
Good Grief, a compassionate novel, by Lolly Winston, captures the essence of grief in unexpected intimate ways. Most of us realize how painful loss can be, but we rarely "get" how messy and utterly confusing it can be too. Thirty-six-year old, Sophie Stanton, yearns to be a graceful dignified widow, not an out-of-control griever who arrives at work in her bunny-slippers. Peopled with strong unforgettable characters, who yank you into their lives, Good Grief is alternatively heart-breaking, tear-jerking, and (at times) remarkably hilarious. Try something a little different, and reap surprising rewards . . . Gwendolyn Broadmore, author, Life Came to a Standstill.
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January 15, 2019 – Started Reading
January 18, 2019 – Shelved
January 18, 2019 – Finished Reading