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Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Edith Byrd - Goodreads

I did not like this book as much as Leeway Cottage. It is about the children of Laurus and Sydney Moss - Eleanor, Monica and Jimmy. I didn't like the format where it went from one to the other about their insight of situations. Read full review

Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Goodreads

I did not like this book as much as Leeway Cottage. It is about the children of Laurus and Sydney Moss - Eleanor, Monica and Jimmy. I didn't like the format where it went from one to the other about their insight of situations. Read full review

Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

I was convinced this story was about a real family! And what a family! Read full review

Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Goodreads

I was convinced this story was about a real family! And what a family! Read full review

Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Anne Marie - Goodreads

This book is a continuation of Leeway Cottage. After Laurus and Sydney Moss pass away, we read about what their three children and families are up to. It seems Monica is focused on the most, with her ... Read full review

Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Goodreads

This book is a continuation of Leeway Cottage. After Laurus and Sydney Moss pass away, we read about what their three children and families are up to. It seems Monica is focused on the most, with her ... Read full review

Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Diana - Goodreads

Interesting but I didn't like the characters. Read full review

Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Goodreads

Interesting but I didn't like the characters. Read full review

Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Natasha Daly - Goodreads

Disappointing. None of the depth of its prequel. Short, tongue-in-cheek, and playfully superficial. I found myself wondering if this was a joke that she published on a dare. Read full review

Review: Good-bye and Amen

User Review  - Goodreads

Disappointing. None of the depth of its prequel. Short, tongue-in-cheek, and playfully superficial. I found myself wondering if this was a joke that she published on a dare. Read full review


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