Happy People Read and Drink Coffee
Happy People Read and Drink Coffee is an excellent title. This is what originally drew my attention- I thought, “hey, I love to read AND drink coffee”. Reading this book was one of the greatest adventures I have been on in a long time. Diane is a woman with an excellent life. She has a husband who she adores and a daughter that means the world to the both of them. When tragedy breaks apart her happy life, it takes time… and adventure to realize that there is still a life to live for after all.
The energy that Agnes Martin-Lugand is able to convey with this storm is enormous. This is one roller-coaster of a book, but I loved every moment of it. This book felt like my new best friend; there is just so much to learn from Diane and her journey towards a fresh start at life, that you can’t help but to get caught up in all the feels. Anyone who has ever experienced a feeling of any kind, ever, will enjoy this novel.
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|Page Count||256 pages|
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