The Season of Us

The Season of Us

Large Print - 2016
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To outsiders, Appleville, New Hampshire, is a storybook small town complete with a little white church and a gazebo on the village green. To Gincy Gannon Luongo, it was a place to escape from, as quickly and as permanently as she could. Since she moved away twenty years ago, Appleville has been her hometown in name only. But at her brother Tommy's urging, Gincy is coming back to visit their recently widowed mother in the weeks leading up to Christmas -- and she's bringing her teenage daughter, Tamsin, with her. Ellen Gannon, once feisty and strong-willed, is mired in depression six months after losing her husband. Tommy isn't doing much better. Gincy starts restoring order to the household in her usual practical way, but the real issues run much deeper than an empty fridge or an unpaid bill. Imagined slights and lingering resentments have created chasms between them all. With each passing day, Gincy realizes she has seriously undervalued her mother and underestimated her brother. Only now, with the support of her husband, daughter, and best friends, is she starting to see how much she may have missed. For beyond the surface of every family and every picturesque town is something more complicated but infinitely more rewarding -- a tapestry of those small acts of acceptance, love, and loyalty that could transform this Christmas into the best Gincy's ever known
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2016
Edition: Large print edition
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781410494894
1410494896
Branch Call Number: LARGE PRINT FIC Chamberlin, H 2016
Characteristics: Large print
341 pages (large print) ; 23 cm

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Jan 05, 2017

The theme of this book took me by surprise, as I haven't seen it used often, especially in a Christmas story. It was delightfully well done and I enjoyed the discovery. A woman matures and loses some of her conceitedness and rediscovers the value of her family, even though the other members seem to not be as successful or as intelligent as she is. She learns to see the other family members through others' eyes instead of through her own experience and strengthens bonds and grows as a person.

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