Title: The Ten Best Days of My Life
Author: Adena Halpern
Publication: Plume (Penguin)
Release Date: May 2008
I can't recall when exactly in the past that I read this, but I can recall that it was before my mother had passed away; before my mother I had never experienced death personally before. My Grandmother had died of course but I had not known her at all so that didn't count. Anyway, this book helped a lot after my mother's passing; it got me to thinking that death wasn't so horrible after all and that there really was a personal heaven for everyone. In short, my mother is happy swimming laps in a pool wherever she is.
I hope when and if you guys read this book, it will make your heart lighter thinkng your loved ones are and will be more than happy crossing over. Unless they have to write an essay of the ten best days of their lives on earth like Alexandra Dorenfield had to. Notice how long the review is. That meant I loved it.
The Ten Best Days of My life leaves you wondering what heaven really is all about. Do you really get everything you want? Probably not. But it would be nice, wouldn't it? The romance between Alex and Adam is..well heavenly, what all girls dream of when they think of their soulmate.
Adena Halpern is an Uma Thurman look a like (I think anyway) who has written Notes from a Single Girl's Closet and Target Underwear and a Vera Wang Gown. Halpern has done it again with her latest, it is definitely a keeper. (I wrote latest back when it was the latest from her in 2008)
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