'Learning to dance in the rain' follows on from where the inspirational bio, 'You are my sunlight' ended; we follow Anna's journey and has a hard time in the consequences of her brain surgery. The story takes a different path to her first book, as Anna attempts to adjust to her brand-new life, restricted by her signs; her healing is sluggish and swarming with obstacles, she is then offered some news which floors her and sets her recovery back even further. We see how her kids, loved ones all rally round and support her through all of her battles with her health. We see minutes of unhappiness and moments of joy, we are seeing the world and all of its ugliness and wonder through her eyes. We are taken on an exploration, over the many obstacles which she faces and we are dealt with to the joy and love which she gets from everyone around her. In spite of facing numerous fights, she manages to remain positive and concentrated on living a much better life; going away as much as she might to cancel her life. We want her to come through all of it, we feel her pain, we experience her optimism and we are enthralled by her positivity and strength through-out. It is a genuinely inspirational narrative from someone who is attempting to live her life in addition to she can; reading this book will leave you wanting to defend a better, more satisfied life, for you and all your loved ones.