Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Friendship Bread Review

Whether you're buying a stranger a cup of hot chocolate, sharing a tube of toothpaste or giving someone a starter bag of Friendship bread... sometimes all it takes to make a difference in your world is a simple act of kindness!

I recently received a copy of Friendship Bread: A Novelby Darian Gee. This book introduces you to a random mix of unrelated residents who live in the city of Avalon. Friendship Bread is the story of betrayal, loss, depression, anger, forgiveness, love, loyalty, and renewal of dreams. Life is hard and doesn't always make sense, but these strangers become friends and find that sometimes the smallest gestures lead to the strongest bonds.

The first few chapters introduce you to the characters. Then the author Darien Gee begins to weave it all together. This is a compelling story - one that I have thoroughly enjoyed reading all the way to the end.

I have never made a loaf of Friendship Bread - and don't know anyone in my neighborhood that does. Looks like I'll have to make my own starter batch and begin the chain here in my side of the world!

Read the first chapter here....

About the author:
Darien Gee is an author, wife, and mother of three. She’s a Libra Monkey, a chocoholic, and of late, an Amish Friendship Bread addict. A former California resident, Darien served on the board of the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library and ZYZZYVA, an award-winning literary journal.


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Great blog ~ I have heard of Friendship Cake~ Book sounds like a good read.Hope you will come vista my blogs listed on Wired Wednesday ~ they are Share the Creative Journey and A Creative Harbor ~ thanks ~ Carol

Great blog...looking forward to reading more of your reviews. I'm a new follower and would love for you to follow back :)

I have never heard of it, but it sounds like fun! I am hopping by from the Alexa hop. I have enjoyed reading several of your reviews!

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