Reviews by Beth Manuel
This was a refreshing piece to hang in the office this dreary winter.
The voice of the narrator, Delphine is honest, caring and thoughtful. The idea behind this trio of young sisters traveling across the country to meet their estranged mother did have me concerned. The mother, Cecile, was rude, selfish and inconsiderate. I couldn't stand the thought of these loving girls being stuck with this uncaring woman for a month. But the girls prevailed and seemingly got their birth mother to at least recognize what intelligent, compassionate children she left behind. the book did end abruptly and left some questions in my mind. But all in all it was a good read.
This was a terrible movie. Not entertaining at all. I didn't stick around long enough to find out if the stories and subplots were intertwined but they were mostly stupid and disgusting.
This is one of the most beautiful Van Gogh paintings ever.
This is a great magazine for home brewers. Full of information.