Amit Srivastava Srivastava itibaren Fânaţe, Romanya
** spoiler alert ** This book is a sorrow filled journey to discover the relationship one has with faith in God and what one views as the role of God. Fairly well written and in the first person narrative of a 9 year old girl who struggles with defining a paternal relationship and finding God, Ann Tatlock certainly makes the reader question how their faith would survive through major loss and horror. Tatlock helps us to realize that it is pointless to blame God or anyone when accidents happen. I probably would have rated this book at three stars through the first 3/4 of the book simply because I found it rather depressing. However, as the characters overcame their trials even when circumstances did not improve, I enjoyed the book much more. I even found the very end to be happier than expected. (I'm a sucker for a happy ending!)
Not as laugh out loud funny as some of her earlier books but still very entertaining. I didn't figure out who did it which is a plus to me.