Friday, October 28, 2016

Review: My Mrs. Brown

My Mrs. Brown My Mrs. Brown by William Norwich
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sometimes you pick up a book you have never heard before and wonder if it is worth giving it a try. You take a chance and read it. Sometimes you lose... sometimes you come across a book that will delight you. “My Mrs. Brown” is such a book and I am adding it to my list of favourites. This is the story about a woman who, while inventorying the content of an influential woman in her small town who recently passed away, comes across a beautiful garment by Oscar de la Renta. It is an instant love affair with this dress which will propel Mrs. Brown to do what she can to acquire such treasure. This story is the inspiration of “where you sow kindness, you will reap kindness”. You follow Mrs. Brown through her journey, meet the people who respect her and will help her along the way. You will also discover how noble this crusade is. Short and sweet, this book is beautifully written. This story of dignity and decency should become a classic for future generation to enjoy and live by.

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