In a Handful of Dust

I recently read Not a Drop to Drink and was pleasantly surprised that it ended so well. It wasn’t a cliffhanger. There was a nice ending with a bow on it. Then, after doing some research, I discovered a sequel. I’m not sure why it exists. Perhaps the author wanted to revisit the plot or the characters. I’m giving it a chance (after having it checked out from the library for over 2 months), but I’m a little irritated that it was written because I feel compelled to read it. Why force a good thing?


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