This is a fictitious book about a family who is preparing for the inevitable death of their mothers fatal illness. Now, it's not as serious as it sounds initially, in fact it's quite vivacious and entertaining. The characters are realistic and believable which makes them relatable and enjoyable to read. Through all the complications it ends up being beneficial.
I found the writing to be noteworthy and have recommended it to a few friends who I knew would enjoy reading this type of book. It definitely falls into it's own category which makes it original and unique.
You don't have to be interested in Buddhism to read this book, for it is not solely written around this subject matter. The book is powerful and may bring tears to some readers eyes, but it also gives you a good heart warming feeling. I give this book 5/5.
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