Thursday, May 24, 2012

Book Review: An Invisible Thread


An Invisible Thread by Laura Schroff and Alex Tresniowski tells the amazing story of a sales executive who befriends a child named Maurice who was begging for a handout on a New York City street corner. Their friendship takes them--and you through the pages of the book--on a journey through wide-open spaces and dark tunnels. Just when you think you what lies around the next corner, surprises pop up to keep you turning those pages.

As Scroff shares the story of this most unusual friendship she reflects on her own background while confronting issues in her own life. Regardless of your lot in society, you’ll meet people who live quite differently from you. In this book you’ll learn about facing adversity with courage and heartache with determination. You’ll also come to understand that things are not always as they seem.

An Invisible Thread will inspire you to become all you were meant to be. The book ends with a poignant letter from Maurice and an insightful dialogue with Laura. A wonderful 5-star read.




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