Written by: Lisa Tawn Bergren
Published by: WaterBrook
This is a story about a woman who has never felt her mother was all she longed for. Neglected as a child by a mother who developed a case of Alzheimer’s when her daughter was just a teen, Krista must now face the fact that her mother is dying. Throw in an old boyfriend and you have a pretty good plot for a novel.
Who the book is for:
Those who have hard relationships with their parents, those dealing with someone who has Alzheimer’s.
What I liked:
Parts of this story were interesting and enjoyable to read…
What I didn’t like:
…While other parts were a bit boring.
I felt like I should have known more about the characters than I did.
I feel like this book had a good plot that could have made for an interesting (and touching) read, but it wasn’t written the best.
I give Mercy Come Morning 3 out of 5 stars.
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