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The Long Way Home

The Long Way Home By {author, [PDF] The Long Way Home | by ã Karen McQuestion [PDF] The Long Way Home | by ã Karen McQuestion - The Long Way Home, The Long Way Home Four women bound by chance take the trip of a lifetime in this heartwarming novel by bestselling author Karen McQuestion For Wisconsinites Marnie Laverne and Rita life isn t working out so well Eac

  • Publisher‏:‎ Lake Union Publishing (May 1, 2012)
  • Publication date‏:‎ May 1, 2012
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 787 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 337 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

[PDF] The Long Way Home | by ã Karen McQuestion, The Long Way Home, Karen McQuestion, The Long Way Home Four women bound by chance take the trip of a lifetime in this heartwarming novel by bestselling author Karen McQuestion For Wisconsinites Marnie Laverne and Rita life isn t working out so well Each is biding time waiting for something better something to transport them out of what their lives have recently become And then theres Jazzy bubbly positive and happy even though

The Long Way Home

[PDF] The Long Way Home | by ã Karen McQuestion [PDF] The Long Way Home | by ã Karen McQuestion - The Long Way Home, The Long Way Home Four women bound by chance take the trip of a lifetime in this heartwarming novel by bestselling author Karen McQuestion For Wisconsinites Marnie Laverne and Rita life isn t working out so well Eac The Long Way Home

  • [PDF] The Long Way Home | by ã Karen McQuestion
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489 thought on “The Long Way Home

  1. If you like nice and neat, cookie cutter stories, the Long Way Home is for you It was a sweet little story of four ladies in various stages of life, who hardly know each other, yet all agree to set out on a road trip to support Marnie and her plight to rescue her step son from his mom s house in Vegas Of all the characters I can t say I had a favorite TLWH was a little too smooth for my taste.


  2. This is a sweet story about 4 women who meet at a grief meeting Each woman because of age, is in a different stage of life Laverne is a widow with a grown son, and has become a recluse Rita is married and retired, but cannot deal with the sudden death of her daughter at the hands of another Marnie is in her 30 s, dealing with the sudden loss of her partner, but even harder to deal with, his son whom she has raised and adores is whisked away by his mother Young Jazzy feels the pull to attend this [...]


  3. Not believable even for a book Good idea just the events that happened don t ring true Don t want to spoil it for anyone but one of them gets stabbed then she sneaks out of the hospital with no antibiotics or pain meds Then the same woman gets choked on a plane and she can talk afterwards And how about the woman with the bag of pills And let s face it, had this car load of women been women of color, would they have gotten the same treatment I think not


  4. A truly delightful novel about the individual journey four.women partake in after meeting at a group for women grieving a loss of death Upon deciding to take aad trip together, not only do they discover so much about themselves but about each other They slowly discover the deep truths in their lives and how to overcome those fears and to live honestly both within and with others.Despite being so different from one another, they soon learn they can gain so much from one another if they truly look [...]


  5. The Long Way Home kept my attention Th characters were well developed The ONLY issue I have with the book was the fact that there was never an actual conversation about what happened with Laverne and Marnie at the rest stop with Max Yeah, Laverne told the medical staff about the injury, but there was no conversation about it with Jazzy and Rita I don t even think Rita was EVER told about it That left a hole Good stable book otherwise.


  6. I realize authors write fiction to give the reader an escape from the real world but this book just didn t hold my interest at all I usually can find some parts of a story believable but not in the trip the ladies took I realize because this story wasn t for me doesn t mean that another reader won t enjoy it


  7. Isn t everyone intrigued by the possibility of knowing what lies around the next corner That s what I liked about Karen McQuestion s novel By giving Jazzy clairvoyance through her grandmother, the ground is layed for joyful adventure s for the car full of gentlle but quirky women Each one has some sort of problem to fix, and by the end of the trip, each is in a better place It s a gentle read, a relaxing time with just the right amount of good humor and intrigue, a pleasant escape from the troub [...]


  8. To any and all women who may read this story At anytime in our lives we can experience what the characters in this book faced, not necessarily at the respective age of our characters in this story, but certainly sometime in our life Most importantly, no matter our age we should always strive to maintain a bit of Jazzy in our personalities This story grabbed me, made me chuckle spontaneously, and had me rooting for the four characters on this journey To the Author please keep writing, your tales [...]


  9. I follow Karen McQuestion though Facebook and a group called My Book Tribe I enjoy the way Karen writes and takes us on a journey with each book.I loved all of the characters in this book, they re portrayed so well It s a story of self development and new experiences for them all Laverne has to be my favourite though Coming out of her shell like no one expected The women, who are or less total strangers, get in the car belonging to one of their spouses and make a trip like no other they have gon [...]


  10. This charming little novel uses circumstance to bring together four women you would never expect to be friends otherwise and sets them on a life changing road trip.It is sweet in its idea and really presses home the idea of being a master of your own destiny especially in relation to Marnie.The characters are a mixed bunch I found it hard to like Rita, a boring old fuddy duddy outside of her circumstance, and Marnie a martyred victim, but otherwise the story itself captured me and I finished the [...]


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