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A book review of Elizabeth Berg's Earth's the Right Place for Love.
Arthur Moses is pretty happy living in his small town. He has his parents, and his best friend is his brother Frank. However, he finds himself in love with a girl, Nola McCollum. She is one of the most popular girls in school, and doesn’t even notice Arthur. Frank is busy with his own romance.
As Arthur and Nola find a good friendship, a tragedy strikes the family and Arthur isn’t sure how to move on with his life. Arthur struggles to find a way forward, and Nola tries to do the same. Do they move forward together or separately?
Just like all of Elizabeth Berg’s novels, you can expect a good book about the power of family, love, and kindness.
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