Although the story line is dated (I am way younger than woodstock and hippy clothes) it is a timeless read.
Berg weaves a tale of a family, broken
a tale of a woman and her sister
who thought they had a “normal” existence
until one day their mother leaves.
of course the mother felt lost
until a neighbor moves in next door
and she discovers that she has talents, and dreams and wishes
and although she does not go about reaching them in a “proper” way
she does what she thinks she has to do to survive
to really live
fast forward 30 some years later and Ginny is on traveling to see her mother who she hasn’t seen in over 30 years
and her sister
who she hasn’t seen in quite some time either.
Heartbreak and misunderstandings fill the book
and eventually the book comes to a fair end.
so I give
another book I tried to read by Berg is
Dream When You’re Feeling Blue
I couldn’t get into it but my mom loved it.
a worthy author to read I will definitely be on the look out for more books by Berg