A southern region ABA and Book Sense best-selling author, Elizabeth Musser sets this coming-of-age novel in 1960s Atlanta. Sixteen-year-old Mary Swan Middleton is devastated when her artistic mother is killed in a plane crash. The family maid, seeing Mary’s loneliness and desperation, suggests she volunteer to help the poor. Soon, Mary realizes there is more to life, love, and faith, than she ever knew.
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I think that this is a great book. However, you may not like the audiobook. The lady has a ver weird, annoying voice that may disturb you and make you stop paying attention to the real story
It is an amazing book! However, I agree that the narrator takes the strangest dramatic pauses and has a weird accent and you can tell her style is dated. So you may find yourself not paying real attention to the touching message of the book and thinking about how weird the lady is. I suggest you buy it in the bookstore as a paperback copy! :)