Apr 152013
Review: One Moment, One Morning

This was a powerful look at how grief affects people differently, and how your closeness to the person who passes away may not have a direct effect on the way it touches you. The story had a serious tone, yet was engrossing and entertaining. More character driven than plot driven, the story focused on three women and how their lives changed within a week. This condensed time frame allowed minute detail to be disclosed and discussed in an intimate way. It was never overwhelming, but instead, helped bring the characters to life and make them more realistic. Overall, it was […]