The Land of Mango Sunsets
Publish date: April 10th 2007
Pages no: 528
Edition language: English
The book was slow at first for me and started picking up around chapter 5 and thought it was great the way we got to see more of the real Mariam and her life along with Liz, Kevin, Harrison and of course dear Miss Josey. A warm story that really makes you think.
DBF's books are purely guilty-pleasure reading for me. They're not intellectually stimulating, but they're also not smutty or full of language. This one wasn't particularly my favorite--it wasn't terribly strong on plot, and it was more predictable than most by this author. But it was still decent b...
This was such a good book! There was wisdom to be gained about cherishing your family and how to move on after being dumped by the man who promises to love you for life. The book contained humor, a touch of romance, life lessons, a little intrigue, just an all around great book about a middle aged...
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