REVIEW – The Story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg

“Who cares what happens before we’re born and after we die? The question that has become increasingly important to me is, what do we do in the meantime?”

This is a sweet little book with memorable characters. I absolutely love Arthur and Lucille (and Gordon, of course!) Maddy is a little unbelievable for an 18 year old but I still liked her.

“No love is ever foolish. Or unnecessary.”

There are some great lessons about love and growing older in this book, but it did lack some depth (honestly this was just based on my own expectations, I didn’t think it was going to be quite as light and fluffy as it ended up being).

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