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The Baker's Daughter by Sarah McCoy
The Baker's Daughter
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Stunning Narrative and Voice

This book was more beautiful than I expected. I had heard about it, but I could never have imagined the heartfelt emotion, plot nuances, and stunning voice held in the pages of this book. Brilliant characterization for all
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Carousel Beach by Orly Konig
Carousel Beach
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Within a book that focuses on the restoration of a carousel, Konig crafts a heartfelt story full of mystery and sorrow, with characters who are trying to heal and understand. By allowing readers to see the nuanced responses to tragedy and perception, ...more
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Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward
Sing, Unburied, Sing
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I’d seen several people talking about this book, so I had high hopes. They weren’t high enough. This is a powerful story of broken people and deep, difficult pasts, of people who are trying to heal but don’t know how. The emotional impact that Jesmyn ...more
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For the Love by Jen Hatmaker
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Having loved Of Mess and Moxie, I wanted to try out something else by Hatmaker. I probably would have enjoyed this one better had I listened to it first, but it was still something that resonated. The difference, I think, is that this is when several ...more
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Of Mess and Moxie by Jen Hatmaker
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I had seen this book on several different sites and thought I'd give it a try. I ended up loving it so much. Jen is brilliantly (and hilariously) forthcoming regarding things we do and should do in our lives. I laughed, I felt moments of genuine emot ...more
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How to Walk Away by Katherine Center
How to Walk Away
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This is a heartfelt exploration of what it means to be a survivor, and how we can begin to see the potential within ourselves through the guiding hands of others. I know that it is a romance, but I think it is so much more. Center explores a complica ...more
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Daring Greatly by Brené Brown
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A series of life things made me long to hear the wisdom from Brené Brown about shame and vulnerability, about how to reframe the ideas that had been penetrating my mind. Having read it the first time, listening to it a second solidified the ideas. Gr ...more
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Winter War Awakening by Rosalyn Eves
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The Art of Inheriting Secrets by Barbara O'Neal
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