Amaryllis in Blueberry
by Christina Meldrum
Paperback- $5.04

In the stirring tradition of The Secret Life of Bees and The Poisonwood Bible, Amaryllis in Blueberry explores the complexity of human ...

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  "Mankind Blindness" by tkissin (see profile) 03/15/11

The author has a very insightful way of showing how we are influenced by the way we perceive our own reality. When circumstances change and a new reality is shown, our views of how we see ourselves and our relationships change. How and what we do with those new realities lead our lives in new directions. The religious aspect is the only part of the book that I didn't enjoy.

 
  "Amaryllis in Blueberry" by mkrupiak (see profile) 04/05/11

The book was informative, but it was slow and was confusing at points. It kept switching from the end to the beginning to the middle. The characters were a bit muddled and not well defined. There really didn't seem to be one character you could actually root for in the story. I thought when the family went to Africa the reader would be entertained with such an awesome country as a backrop, but it was not to be. I am glad I read it, but it was not one of my favorites.

 
  "Amaryllis in Blueberry" by vburgess (see profile) 04/06/11

It was interesting to read about African culture. It was interesting, but didn't completely capture my interest.

 
  "you should pass" by chaggers (see profile) 05/16/11

 
  "Amaryllis in Blueberry" by Natty6782 (see profile) 05/30/11

Don't waste your time or money. This book is poorly written and
as a group we hated this book.

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