Reviews - What do customers think about Sins of My Mother?
DISAPPOINTED Feb 2, 2008
THIS STORY WAS O.K. I KEPT GETTTING THE CHARACTERS MIXED UP. PERSONALLY, I COULDN'T WAIT TO FINISH THIS BOOK. ONE THING I WILL SAY IS GOD WILL ALWAYS SHOW YOU THE WAY!
Sister San Nov 7, 2007
This book was absolutely wonderful. It has been a long time since I have read something that was so real, I was burnt out on reading so many books where everyone was living in a perfert world and they would conquer their problems without hesitation, this author knows how to hold your attention and I would really like to see a sequel to this story, maybe from Rosa's point of view...I like the way this author writes and I am waiting for another novel by her...
Wow this was a heavy hitter Apr 12, 2007
I thought that this was an excellent book. It touched on how history will allow itself to repeat if we don't recongnize it. Also touched on the fact that we do not have to carry our burdens alone. All we have to do it let go and let GOD. I really wish that she writes a sequel just to see how the remaining sisters survive. Now that Dorothy has passed (such a terrible death, I had a tear come out my eye) And Jackie is in the streets, and Brandy, Angie, and Gina are getting their lives together.
Sins of my Mother Aug 18, 2006
This book is a very real Christian novel of proverty and chaos.The mother gave birth to four daughters which she didn't know how to love. She is fighting her own demons.Angela,who is the main character tries to keep the family together even if it means letting them use her for their own selfish needs.Upon completing this book in one day, "AWESOME" What a great book. Pass it on.
Maddy from the Bronx Sep 23, 2005
What I enjoyed most of this book is the spiritual aviance you sense while reading this book. It deals with true life issues that surrounds us on a daily basis. After all the hardships Angela kept facing she always knew deep down inside that God was calling her and that he gave her the inner strenght to move on and that it was ok for her to live her life as well. God help those who help themselves. At the end when Angela accepted God and give herself to him and his ways was when she truly found happiness with herself.