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The Girl Who Chased the Moon / Rainwater

The Girl Who Chased the Moon Rainwater of a Readers Digest Large Print Special Edition the other novel is Rainwater by Sandra Brown

  • Title: The Girl Who Chased the Moon / Rainwater
  • Author: Reader's Digest Association Sandra Brown Sarah Addison Allen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • 1 2 of a Readers Digest Large Print Special Edition the other novel is Rainwater by Sandra Brown

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    158 Comments

    1. I delight in Sarah Addison Allen's breezy style, sympathetic characters, and light touches of magical realism. This adult fairy tale includes a gentle giant and a frog in the dryer as well in addition to magical wallpaper, magical cakes, and the Mullaby lights. The moon seems to represent happiness or acceptance, and at least two female characters are seeking those things. The story provides satisfying scenes of forgiveness and reconciliation--a very successful comedic resolution. (I'm not sure [...]


    2. The Girl Who Chased the Moon was okay. It was not as good as I expected, but not, by far, the worst book I have read. This is the first time I have read this author - uncertain if I will try her again. Altho I did like her writing style, for me this book just seemed to crawl along. I have an attachment to the authors home town and love her native state, so decided to read this book.



    3. Definitely got this book because I loved the cover and luckily the cover was a good judge of the book. Very sweet book and cute romance.



    4. Wow! Its amazing that this was a "free book". It kept its mystique intertwining life lessons and entertainment.Well done.Thanks to my daughter in law, Lauren for sharing this book.



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