Margaret Lukasik’s A Song In Her Heart Book Review


I want to announce my book review for Kathy Dye’s beautiful new book, “A Song in Her Heart.”  It’s a heart-warming and deeply emotional story that transports readers into the life of a young girl loving her life and filled with joy from the songs she sings. With expert storytelling and vivid descriptions, Dye beautifully captures the essence of love and the power of music.

The story is also an exploration of how music can affect the brain. Dye shows us how even when other parts of the brain deteriorate, music has the power to tap into our long-term memory and bring forth forgotten moments. This is exemplified in scenes where Josie remembers songs from her youth, triggering memories that she had otherwise forgotten.

It was heart-wrenching to watch Josie and her family struggle with the reality of Alzheimer’s. But even in moments of sadness, there is a sense of hope that permeates the book. By showing us the potential power of music to bring people together even in times of hardship, “A Song In Her Heart” acts as a reminder of the beauty of life and the power of love.

In Conclusion

“A Song in Her Heart” is the perfect read for those who seek inspiration and hope to communicate with family, friends or patients.  Dye’s book is ultimately a celebration of the power of music to heal and connect people.  I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a heartwarming and uplifting story that will help them with loved ones who have Alzheimer’s.

To learn more and to read my review, go here:  A Song In Her Heart by Kathy Dye.

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