Reader Reviews Dréa’s Dream: An Unfinished Dance

5 stars A Must Read!

By Denise Grenier Cronen (Charleston, SC United States) -This book is beautifully written by a mom who’s only child is killed by a drunk driver. Susan’s lovely daughter, Andrea with the golden curls was a talented dancer, a compassionate teacher and a beautiful person. She was taken from her family and friends much too soon. Her dream was to make a difference in children’s lives through teaching and dance.Through devastating grief but indomitable determination Susan has created Dreas Dream, a dance therapy foundation which will keep Andrea’s spirit alive and her dream to help others possible.
A must read…I wept as I read it.Touching your heart…read it in 4 hrs, November 28, 2012
By SHARON MULCAHY

I started the book at 5:00 and read nonstop until 9:15 It is a story of a Mother’s unending love beyond death and turning an extreme loss into a foundation giving new life and hope through Dance Therapy. A must read for anyone experiencing pain and loss. There is a light at the end of the tunnel!!
SRM

By gingerplum –
It is an amazing book about a wonderful daughter who was taken from this world way to early and how the mother was able to heal by continuing her daughters’ dream by starting a foundation. The book includes some very helpful suggestions for healing after the loss of a loved one.

Couldn’t put this book down, November 23, 2012 By intothemystic –
A dozen lucky friends and relatives will be receiving a wonderful book, Drea’s Dream: An Unfinished Dance, for Christmas this year. I loved it so much, I wanted the readers in my life to experience it, too. I started it after dinner one night and couldn’t go to bed until I finished it. As humans we all have trials and tribulations. Sometimes we think life will never be the same, and sometimes it’s not, but what’s inspiring about this true story is how you walk with the author through her grief and experience the good things that came from a tragedy. I felt like I was with her every step of the way. There are a lot of messages in this book – see the glass as half full, don’t drink and drive, live every day to the fullest, we all grieve differently, and rainbows … well, you will have to read the book!

By C P – S
Once I started to read this book, I couldn’t put it down. This book will touch your heart, the tears flowed as I read it,
Susan has written a wonderful book, with such love for her beautiful daughter. One thing is for sure….’Drea’s Dream’…..the dance WILL continue.

5.0 out of 5 stars Book Review, November 7, 2012
By Barbara in Wakefield, RI –

After reading this book, I had the overwhelming desire to reset my life goal to truly live each day to the fullest. The story is one of how a senseless tragedy can be both endured, and transformed into something incredibly positive. Dance on!

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