December 4, 2009

Blog Tour: The Possibility of Everything by Hope Edelman

Hope believes in the possibility of everything. Her three year old daughter, Maya, has an imaginary friend who suddenly goes missing and Hope tries to track him down. Hope's mother died when she was only sixteen and she can't help but wish her mother was around to give her advice. Maya goes through a difficult stage and Hope and her husband are forced to try different methods to get Maya on the right track. Together they work through their problems and are brought closer together by a trip to Belize.

Hope is a strong woman who doesn't believe in giving up. I think we all could learn a little something from her. Her family journey proves that everything is indeed possible, you just have to work for it.

Book Information:
The Possibility of Everything by Hope Edelman
Ballantine Books
Sept. 2009
352 pages

Visit Hope's website here.

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book so that I could write an honest review.

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Hope Edelman said...

Thanks for the review, Bridget! Authors are very grateful for engaged readers like you who help spread the word about books. Have a great day--

GMR said...

Definitely sounds like a novel with something to say. Thanks for sharing!

CallMeKayla said...

this sounds like a nice book. I might just pick it up for my grandma for christmas! thanks for telling us about it.