One More Moon is a story of moving forward in the most chaotic of times. Reading this book was a journey that began on a whim at one in the morning and ended in a cafe. I didn't think much of this book at first since I don't read too much non-fiction, but this book had a silent sincerity to it that sympathized me to the story. The writing was very reminiscent of being to a story by a grandmother who holds an entire universe of memories within her. This felt like that story being done justice. There isn't much humor or action or adventure. The people in the story are just people, no more special or incredible than anyone else, but the beauty of this book is that somehow that was enough for me.