For Betty this is a shocker. It never occurred to her that she has always done what was expected instead of what she was meant to do. But as she sat by her dying friend’s side she starts to get an inkling that maybe she’s not the person she’s been pretending to be.
Okay, don’t laugh, but I really need to start finishing the synopsis… or maybe not. If I’d have actually read the synopsis or review I never would have picked this book up and thus would have missed a very powerful book completely out of my normal reading sphere.
What I didn’t like: I was completely thrown off by the fact that this book is centered around growing cannabis. That being said it was done in such a way that it was more of a history and gardeners guide but if you are utterly against the use of cannabis for any reason – this isn’t the book for you.
What I liked: This was a tremendously powerful book. I cried tears of joy and sadness as I read and can only pray that I’ve done (or am doing) what it took Betty so many years to do.
This book is a keeper!!
|Source:||The Story Plant via Netgalley|
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