The book is divided into 11 different sections focused on one particular element of life - hope, love, inspiration, work, etc. Each of those sections includes pictures of hands and stories based on those pictures. The stories are about people from all walks of life including the rich and famous and people pinching pennies. As unique as each of the individuals are, they are all joined together in this beautiful book.
I received a paperback copy of this book to review but could see myself buying a hard cover version as a coffee table book for my mother-in-law. The pictures are beautiful and inspiring even without the written stories, and I am amazed by how much someone's hands can tell about their life. It makes me wonder what story my hands tell. I recommend this book, especially for anyone who loves photography and inspiring stories.
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*I received a free copy in return for my honest opinion and review.