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on Dec. 19, 2012 :
At the beginning of the book I thought it was just going to be a narrative of the author's visit with her sons to Universal Studios Hollywood and almost stopped reading.
But since I grew up in that area "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away" (when I NEVER would have dreamt that we would EVER have subways in our seismically challenged land) I got a bit nostalgic and decided to continue. I am so glad I did because very soon the magic of their fantastic journey began.
I especially liked the separate experiences of the mother and the sons (surprisingly, I could relate to all of both side's experiences) and how they came together at the end for a very satisfying finale.
(review of free book)