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Book Title: Mile 21|
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 9.23 MB
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The author of the book: Sarah Dunster
Edition: Cedar Fort Publishing & Media
Date of issue: October 8th 2013
ISBN 13: 9781462112975
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Reader ratings: 5.9
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I was drawn into this story and I was feeling the emotions right along with Abish. Abish married young and was widowed less than a year later. At 21, she finds herself back in the singles scene at BYU-I. She's trying to cope with her grief and be self-sufficient, yet she doesn't feel she fits in anywhere--not with the marrieds, not with the singles. She doesn't want to accept help, which I can relate to--I hate asking for help. She is trying to come to terms with gospel truths and how they can still apply to her and many questions are raised; questions that she feels require a footnote, however, no footnotes are given.
Abish came off across as very independent and almost abrasive at times--she was very snarky and sarcastic. Her history unfolds during the course of the story--it's not all given up front. For me, that worked well. I kept wondering at the hints given and kept turning the pages to find out what she had endured.
Bob was great!! He's got a past himself, but he chooses to deal with things much differently. I love how accepting he is, even with the verbal darts thrown at him.
The descriptions of a singles ward and the people there was a lot of fun. I loved the Bishop and how he handled things and Shelley was awesome. The marathon scene brought tears to my eyes. I really appreciated that there was an epilogue. I love things to be wrapped up.
Content: talk of making out; religious stuff; clean.
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Read information about the authorSarah Dunster is an award-winning poet and fiction writer. Her poems have been published in Dialogue: a Journal of Mormon Thought, Segullah Magazine, Sunstone Magazine and Victorian Violet Press. Her short fiction piece, Back North, is featured in Segullah’s Fall 2011 issue. She is a contributing author to Fire in the Pasture: 21st Century Mormon Poets, and her novel Lightning Tree was released April 10, 2012 by Cedar Fort. Sarah has seven children and loves writing almost as much as she loves being a mom.
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