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The Book Nook: “All This Life” Lives Up To Its Name

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“All This Life” by critically acclaimed author Joshua Mohr, is a story that connects the lives of strangers across the country. Mainly set in San Francisco, California, the reader will see how the effects of one group’s life-changing decision spiderwebs across the nation.

Mohr has masterfully created connections that will make you go “ohhhh.” Not only has he taken one event and showcased the way it effects a nation through the media, but he integrated the personal lives of others in that circumstance.

This book gave me great joy to read, because of the many mind-blowing moments throughout the story. These characters were all facing challenges that were bigger than themselves, challenges that would have been impossible to face alone. Not only do the characters form tight bonds, but they reconnect with those they had lost.

“All This Life” was difficult for me to put down, and not just because I had a two-day deadline for my English class. It was an incredible story that truly explored the depth of characters with disabilities, as well as character development. The writing flowed quite nicely and the stories merged seamlessly and perfectly.

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The Book Nook: “All This Life” Lives Up To Its Name