From the award-winning author of Bound South comes a powerful, moving novel of family loss and sisterly redemption. For more than ten years, Naomi and Phil Harrison enjoyed a marriage of heady romance, tempered only by the needs of their children. But on a vacation alone, the couple perishes in a flight over the Grand Canyon. After the funeral, their daughters, Ruthie and Julia, are shocked by the provisions in their willabnot the least of which is that they are to be separated. Spanning nearly two decades, the sistersa journeys take them from their familiar home in Atlanta to sophisticated bohemian San Francisco, a mountain town in Virginia, the campus of Berkeley, and lofts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. As they heal from loss, search for love, and begin careers, their sisterhood, once an oasis, becomes complicated by resentment, anger, and jealousy. It seems as though the echoes of their parentsa deaths will never stop reverberatingauntil another shocking accident changes everything once again.the TaizAc service Gabe invited Ruthie back to his home. He had walked to the churchahe didna#39;t own a caraso she drove the two of them to his house in her little VW Golf. It seemed so natural to drive through Berkeley with him, stopping alonganbsp;...
|Title||:||A Soft Place to Land|
|Author||:||Susan Rebecca White|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2010-04-06|