Book Review — “When All Is Said” by Anne Griffin

This is a lovely, sweet book. I really liked it and I hope you do too. The narrator is a charming Irishman, whom I think you’ll love. Follow Maurice as he raises 5 toasts on the last day of his life and look back with him on his struggles and victories. It isn’t devastatingly sad; it won’t make you cringe; there is no disgusting behavior and nothing over-sensationalized or morbidly shocking. Its just a book about a man’s life and, more than anything, his love for his wife (that is told realistically and not overly romanticized) This is a rare find — a simple and good book. Period. Curl up with it and enjoy. 🤩🤩🤩🤩

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