- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1084 KB
- Print Length: 128 pages
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01H0SXE9I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer reviews: 3 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,855,850 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Acceptance: A long short-story about a young girl whose father passes away from cancer. Kindle Edition
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Top international reviews
Her father is religious and so does she since she is closer to her father compared to her mother, I find it amazing that the author includes this element and at the same time pressing the issue when Alan talks about his father that exposed him to science than Bible and his thought about Bible. As for me, it is really important for our younger generation to have faith in God since their early age and I like that the author writes about it. Emily's friends, Alan and Tabitha always helps her to cope with her father's death and at the same time supports her decision. The only thing that I do not really like in the book is I could feel Emily's grief but when it comes to hallucinate and dreaming about Boo, I think it is too much because she still has her grandparents and her mother; they really really love her and try their best to comfort her. Other than that, this book is amazing. It is not like those fast paced book that is all about adventure, this book is about healing and I think the author succeed in delivering a good book regarding that.
369: The Goose Drank Wine is a beautifully written story. The author's language is very accessible and he demonstrates a high mastery of POV. The voice is clear and unique. There are interesting themes that are skillfully handled, including grief, the power of friendship, spirituality, and self-acceptance. Emily's dilemma could be one that most readers will identify with. Many people suffer because they have lost someone and the period of grief can also be a time to reconnect with who we truly are. Peter Swan shows a lot of creativity in this work and the writing is insightful. The book cover could have been enhanced to be colorful and attractive.