“Every Waking Moment” by Chris Fabry, book review
Treha works as a cleaning aide at the Desert Gardens assisted living facility. But she does not spend much time cleaning, rather she helps the residents communicate, often after having not spoken for weeks or months. How does she do it, no one is really sure. But the director, Miriam Howard, sees the value of her special skill and uses it to help her residents. Until a new director is named and everything changes.
This modern fiction novel explores how society deals with aging, birth defects, and dealing with difficult decisions. The book was easy to read, but did have several plots occurring at the same time, so I had to concentrate on which part of the story was being told for each chapter.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Tyndale Fiction. All opinions expressed my own.
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