When Garnet's mother decides it's time for a change, she drops off her daughter at her aunt June's house in Black Rock, Virginia, while she goes to Florida to find a job. Garnet has never met her Aunt June, so she feels angry and abandoned. But Aunt June thinks Garnet is there for a reason. Each week, Garnet and June visit a different religious service as Aunt June, who has cancer, tries to find God. After a miraculous spiritual healing occurs and an unexpected visitor comes to town, Garnet learns the power of love and forgiveness, and what being a family truly means.
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Feeling abandoned first by her father as a baby and now by her mother, Garnet is angry -- but she soon warms up to her generous, kind aunt.Oct 11 2011 | Read Full Review of A Month of Sundays
However, when Garnet discovers the unsettling secret her Aunt June is hiding, and when she falls in love for the first time, she also learns to look outside herself for answers to complex problems.Apr 13 2012 | Read Full Review of A Month of Sundays
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