The Shortest Way Home

The Shortest Way Home

Book - 2012
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Nurse Sean Doran returns from Africa and assumes the parental burden of caring for his aunt and nephew, a responsibility for which he is ill equipped. Soon, he reconnects with Becky, his childhood friend, but their budding romance is threatened by Sean's pathological reluctance to put down roots, and he has to finally decide what's most important to him
Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, [2012]
Copyright Date: ©2012
ISBN: 9780143121916
014312191X
Branch Call Number: FIC Fay, J 2012
Characteristics: 386, 7, 10 pages ; 20 cm

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Jan 05, 2016

I truly loved this book, in no small part because we have Huntington's Disease in the family. There is so much doom and gloom in the world, especially when we have information like our medical history, but this book manages to focus on the real stuff, the life lived along the way, in such a terrific way. I want all my HD family to read it, too! Again, loved this book.

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dprodrig
Nov 06, 2013

What do you do when you've not only been running away from your family, but have completely exhausted your emotional reserves helping people in desperate situations abroad. Do you accept a new life for yourself, cobbled from pieces of the old and new, or do you just try to find a way to return back to those highs & lows helping people in desperate places. Really well written.

madison382 Apr 01, 2013

Once again Juliette Fay takes you on an emotional journey. Really loves her writing.

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