They Almost Always Come Home Paperback
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They Almost Always Come Home
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They Almost Always Come Home by Cynthia Ruchti was published by Abingdon Press in June 2010 and is our 47696th best seller. The ISBN for They Almost Always Come Home is 9781426702389.
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They Almost Always Come HomeDiane Morrison, via The Good Book Stall
As the story opens Libby’s husband is late back from a solo camping trip and she’s not sure whether he’s in genuine trouble, or has left her before she can leave him. The style captures exactly the distracted, dislocated pattern of her thoughts as she deals with family and church friends though her own faith has long since grown cold. When there is no news and the police seem half-convinced Greg has vanished on purpose, she lets her father-in-law persuade her and her best friend into retracing his steps through the Canadian wilderness in an attempt to find some clue as to what has happened to him. Out there, shorn of all props and comforts, there is no alternative but to face up to God and deal with the mess that is her life. This is an uncompromisingly true-to-life book featuring honest, un-sanitised thoughts and feelings and no contrived, neat, happy-happy ending for everyone. It is also totally compelling and as unpredictable as reality – I thought I knew what was going to happen a couple of times and was completely wrong! I hope the author goes on to write many more of the same quality. Thoroughly recommended.
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Details for They Almost Always Come Home
|Author / Artist||Cynthia Ruchti|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (June 2010)|
|Number of Pages||320|
|Page last updated||3rd October 2017|