Rated of 5
by Sharon S. (Stanley, N.C.) The Possibility of Everything by Hope Edelman
Hope Edelman has written a compelling memoir that takes the reader on a journey to witness a life changing event that takes place in Belize.
Edelman brings you into her thoughts, ideas, fears and finally her heart to see how far a mother will go to protect and heal her precious child.
Faith is the most important attribute one possess, with faith all things are possible just ask Hope Edelman, better yet read "The Possibility of Everything" you will gain a new insight and know there is something greater and larger than all of us. Thank you Hope for reminding me what is important in life!
Keep an open mind you will not be disappointed!
This will be an exceptional read for any book club, in fact my book club is waiting with bated breath for the release of this book!
Rated of 5
by Kathleen B. (Spokane, WA) The Possibility of Everything
In a memoir which reads like a novel, complete with satisfying character development, rising action, and climax, Hope Edelman tells about the brief period in her life when she went to Belize to seek an unorthodox healing experience for her three year old daughter. The book was engaging, easy to read, at times very humorous. It also provided a plethora of information about alternative healing, the ancient Mayan culture, and shamanic ceremony. I would recommend the book to anyone with an open mind who wants to explore "The Possibility of Everything."
Rated of 5
by Karen L. (Troy, IL) The Possibility of Everything
The author describes in a bit too much detail (for me) the geography of the area they visited on the trip to help their daughter. Have to admit by the middle of the book I was skipping over these sections of the book. If you love travel and detail this book may be just the read for you. Found the process that was used to "heal" Maya very interesting and that is what kept the book moving for me. Overall a good read. I will be looking for other titles by the author.
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