Younger vines by James Russell Lingerfelt

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The wounded healer

Young Vines by James Russell Lingerfelt is the most beautiful contemporary novel about life, love, loss and good friends.

Home is not necessarily a physical place. It is also an emotional connection and when it is broken it hurts so much. The novel examines this topic of loss, where memories keep us warm, but are still a big hole in our hearts. We have to learn to live again and adapt to a new kind of normality.

Sometimes we have to rethink our past to live again. We may find that old memories will bring us back to an earlier way of life.

The novel contrasts the busy academic Pepperdine with the freedom, life, and warmth of a Tennessee vineyard. In a life it is hectic but empty. The other is busy, but fulfilling. There is a time for family and love and laughter.

We all need good friends. "Good friends know how you like your coffee." We also need friends who love us enough to tell us the truth about ourselves.

The novel is written in the first person and as such it is easy for the reader to "experience" the novel. We feel the feelings of deep love, loss and sadness. We also feel the beginnings of a new life.

The whole novel is beautifully written. I adore James Russell Lingerfilts novels. They are full of emotions and love. You make me feel calm and hopeful.

I urge you to miss it if you've never read any of James Russell Lingerfilt's books. What could be nicer than picking up one of his books and giving your life a feeling of hope.

I got this book for free. A positive rating was not required and all views expressed are my own.


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