Review of Learning in the Dark by Margaret Sarah Bechtel

Learning in the Dark by Margaret Sarah Bechtel

Synopsis:  One careless moment can alter a life forever. At the age of ten Lynn loses her eyesight in a terrible accident. Years later her life becomes entangled with the people who caused her blindness. While Lynn is learning in the dark, can she learn to forgive?

My review:
I rarely find a gem that shines so brightly that it sucks my attention into it and bids me to read and read until it is done.  I absolutely loved this heart-felt story.  I haven’t cried so much and felt my gut wrench from reading a story in so long!  I won’t spoil it for you; the synopsis tells you all you need to know until you read it.  The drama, the heartache, regret and mistakes that happen in this book are real and can make you examine your own life in its wake.  How one mistake can affect the lives of so many for years upon years and shape their existences are amazing and well told in this book. 
I won’t rehash the summary, but if you like drama, intense situations and a plot that keeps you guessing what is next, this is it.  I’d say it is the best book I’ve read all year.   An absolute addition to anyone’s library of great reads, great job Margaret!
5 out of 5 Stars!!!
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