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Friendship Bread

A Novel

by Darien Gee

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  • Jean O. (DePere, WI)
    Friendship Bread
    This book is an easy read. It is filled with believable characters, good plot and a lovely concept. Friendship Bread is a book about sharing and the array of options that one is given in life to practice living and sharing. As I read about the small town created for the story I found that I wanted to go visit, get to know some of the people there and enjoy a cup of tea. I enjoyed reading this book very much!
  • Jean N. (New Richmond, OH)
    Friendship Bread
    I enjoyed this book very much. I've told so many people about this book- I think Friendship Bread will make the rounds in our small community. It was fun to see what happened when one loaf of bread was left on a doorstep...that was only the beginning of a great story!

    Thanks to the recipes provided in the book, our own Friendship Bread adventure will soon begin in New Richmond...
  • Barbara C. (Lincolnshire, IL)
    Friendship Bread
    I loved the book and couldn't put it down. It made me think about friendships we have with friends, family and community citizens. I wish I had a piece of the Amish Bread right now. I'm sure anyone who reads this book will enjoy it. I have a few
    friends who want to read it now. I can't wait for her to write another book. It's very encouraging to go out of your way for friends.
  • Carol N. (Indian Springs VIllage, AL)
    Forgiveness and friendship
    Sometimes the hardest person to forgive is yourself. This book is about forgiveness, healing and the power of friendships. I read this book in record time because I was invested in the characters and wanted to see how their lives turned out. The warmth of the writing makes me want to not only bake the friendship bread but move to Avalon! I can't wait to pass this book on to my friends and family.
  • Laura A. (Jeremiah, KY)
    Very Good Book
    I really enjoyed "Friendship Bread" by Darien Gee. We don't always end up on the road we think that we are meant to travel and this books shows us that sometimes something wonderful can come from that. It also shows us how healing "friendships" can be when we are in need. Truly a good read.
  • Kelley K. (Lancaster, PA)
    A very "sweet" book!
    If you are looking for a feel good book sprinkled with food references, Friendship Bread is your book! The book follows several women which have experienced a loss of some sort. Initially, I had a problem with the many charters introduced. The book would be great for a long flight (basically. Don't put the book down for a period of time). It is tough to remember the characters and their issues. It does make you think about the greater good and forgiveness. It is a G rated book. Overall, I enjoyed the story.
  • MBB (Encampment, WY)
    Friendship Bread
    Winter has been especially long and harsh this year in Wyoming. Friendship Bread was a fresh, thought provoking treat! I am anxious to share this title with friends. A universal message written with colorful imagery; I welcome more work by the author, Darien Gee.
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