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Sam's Letters to Jennifer by James Patterson
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Nov 20, 2008

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This book was a bit of a shocker after reading quite a few books by Christian authors that kept their books very clean. There were a few swear words, and some of the subject matter was treated so lightly that it was a bit disturbing.

It was a very fast read, and is the story about a 30 something newspaper columnist that lives a pretty lonely life. Her husband drowned on a vacation in Hawaii, and she blames herself for it because she made some changes in their initial plans. She has a very close relationship with her grandmother, Sam, and early in the story she receives a phone call that Sam is in the hospital in a coma. She heads to the lakeside town, and finds a bunch of letters to her from her grandma. She'd asked for years to hear her grandma's story, and the letters tell Sam's story. Throughout Jennifer's stay, she reads these letters. It is shocking to her in the first one to read that her grandma never loved her grandpa.
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