Sincerely Yours, No Matter Where
Do you believe in fated meetings?
How about a union so strong, that even death is unable to pry it apart?
While on a vacation trip to Istanbul, seven year old Thomas Anderson befriends a young girl named Christina Ashton. This is the story of their enduring friendship and love throughout the span of twenty years.
While this story is labelled "All Ages", it contains a subject matter of the religious or spiritual context. There is also the subject matter of death, and for a short segment, what could be considered a "relationship of convenience". While there is no drinking, making out, nor sexual content within the book-or that the main characters engage in-the topics are briefly referenced in one of the scenes when the character is in his high school cafeteria.
The author is in no way promoting religious or spiritual beliefs. Although he is interested in the many beliefs systems around the world, he's Agnostic and produced a work of fiction that merely presents a "what if". How people decide to share it with others, or if they deem it appropriate for small children, is entirely up to them.
Thank you very much @kasross for helping me with figuring out what the rating for this book is!