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A Million Fragile Bones by Connie May Fowler

Beginning with the cover of the book, I would like to rate it 3/5 for its incredibly soothing vibe which kind of brings back memories for most adults, I would say. As far as the combined understanding of the A Million Fragile Bones and cover of the book, it gives an overall nice feeling and I like it; I would rate the combination as 4/5.

This book is an absolute necessity read for us and for a long time into the future. It isn’t just a journal of an individual – Connie May- however of the magnificence that was once Florida and the Gulf of Mexico before the BP oil slick. It is a festival of the existence that overflowed in the Gulf and a lamenting tribute for the passing of a biological system. My heart flew and my heart slammed yet I never needed to quit perusing. The aptitude and heart in Connie May Fowler’s composing is a blessing to all who read her books. In view of her aptitude, this is certifiably not a speedy perused, however a mental and otherworldly stumble into a world the greater part of us don’t know exists – or existed.

It is likewise reasonable looked at perspective on the “circle the wagons” mindset of government and business in any emergency that happens upon us. The falsehoods and debasement will chill you, yet it will likewise start up your faith in the individuals who might ensure the valuable planet we call home. This book is basic, and I prescribe it for everybody who thinks about our delicate world. Much obliged to you Connie May for your singing genuineness and brilliant composition. An essayist’s past carries weight and importance to their composition, and Connie May Fowler exhibits this on the planet she makes in A Million Fragile Bones.

Here we witness her own voyage through misfortunes and the mental harm that profits when confronting one more misfortune, as man’s eagerness falls upon her doorstep. Connie May composes flawlessly and genuinely of the regular world around her—permitting those of us who are not as noticeable, a look at what we are absent. Her perceptions and affectability to nature cause her extraordinary torment and disappointment when it knocks facing men’s materialistic, rough, world. She gives testimony regarding the earth and assimilates each detail like it were her own kid.


Speaking of the overall book, I rate the book 3.5/5 and would recommend for all age groups and literature enthusiasts.