Rated of 5
by Marti F. (Coralville, IA)
The brief intro at the beginning of this book does not accurately describe this book at all. It states that the four women, (who find ways to comfort their friend who is dying), "grow closer as the days go by." Actually, none of these four women are good friends, merely acquaintances. They rarely interact during the course of the book. If they had, there would have been some depth and interesting reading. But to me, it felt disjointed.
The last page was beautifully written and there was some sense at the end that each of the four women and their lives had been changed in a good way.