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Review: Song of the Brokenhearted

Posted on: September 28, 2012

Song of the Brokenhearted
Song of the Brokenhearted by Sheila Walsh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Song of the Brokenhearted is about Ava and her well put together life. She has her ministry with the church that occupies what little time that isn’t taken up with her family. She’s planning the wedding of her daughter, dealing with the increasing work load her husband seems to have and the new football season for her son. Then like the click of a light switch her well constructed life seems to fall apart. She’s constantly brought out of the present with reminders of a past she’d like to forget. Then with the ringing of her doorbell she’s set on a path to go visit the past she’d like to forget.

I was quickly drawn into wanting to know more about Ava, we were given little snippets of her life before everything seemed to turn golden for her. It was nice to see that even if you have everything God can work something great through you even if He slowly allows those things you came to rely on to slip away. To make you stronger or to even learn things about yourself that you may not have seen. I loved how Ava handled how things came at her.

I would highly recommend it for anyone who has had a troubled past, and who may be going through a rough time. It was a great uplifting christian based read.

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