At the center of Home Again is Madelaine - a brilliant cardiologist, a loving mother, a tender friend, and a woman full of self-doubt. It is also the story of her confused and angry daughter, Lina, and of the two very different men Madelaine loves: Francis, a priest searching for his faith, and Angel, a talented but cynical man with a broken heart. When tragedy suddenly brings them all together, they must learn to forgive the betrayals of the past and find the courage to love again.
"A memorable story of love and redemption.” (Library Journal)
“All the world loves Kristin Hannah.” (Newsday)
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A 50 Tissue Read
- Laura "CD DIVA"
Like Cotton Candy - Fluffy, Sugary and Sickening
The characters were not enjoyable. For the life of me I could not figure out why Madeleine was attracted in a life-altering way to Angel. He was weak, vain, and had few, if any, redeeming qualities. The most decent character in the book...well, I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but it was all a bit too neat. Overall the book left me quite dissatisfied.
Made the main characters more redeemable, more likeable. Everything tied up too neatly.
NO. If I wasn't at work, distracted by other things, I would not have continued to listen.
I can't shake off how irritating the main characters were, and how it all tied up too neatly, resolved too suddenly, even though the book droned on and on for (Really?) 12 plus hours.
- K. Bentz "Believe you me..."