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A Journey To Here

3.73 of 5 stars 3.73  ·  rating details  ·  59 ratings  ·  6 reviews
A powerful story of overcoming the past from the bestselling author of "True Lies and "Some Sunday, A Journey to Here revolves around the lives of Sylvia Allen and Dorothy Butler, two 46-year old women whose attraction to the same boy many years ago destroyed their friendship. Now thirty years later, both women must learn to figure out the difference between getting what t ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Kensington (first published October 1st 2003)
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Headline: How did we get here?

From the national bestselling author of "True Lies" comes the powerful tale of a woman reunited with her beau from her youth and what it means for their families. The repercussions will change everyone's lives forever.

In High School Sylvia "Suvie" Allen learned her boyfriend and best friend was having sex right under her nose. Phillip claims he loves Sylvia but because she wasn’t putting out and Dorothy was willing he made a decision with the wrong head.

Though stil
This was an enjoyable read. The pacing of the story started slow, but about midway things pick up. Overdramatic at times and underwhelming at others, the book tells a tale of how telling the wrong person about your past can destroy your present and possibly your future.
This book was written very well I could read her writings because it is heart felt. What I didnt like about the novel is it seemed to unrealistic as for the drama. To me it was overdramtic the fact the Suvie's whole family was broken and disrupted because a man from her past pursues her even though she doesn't actual do anything is crazy. She never cheated..she was wronged by someone in her past and never got closure she got the closure she needed and the dramatics was just to much. The little g ...more
Oct 02, 2007 Yvette rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone
Good read...'A Journey to Here' by Margaret Johnson-Hodge....finding a loss love- joyous but realizing it was never right...or never meant to be.
Marcia Hunter
Sep 08, 2008 Marcia Hunter rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone who loves profound writing.
I loved this book. This book proves that what takes years to build ca be destroyed overnight. The main character reminded me of my mom.
Sandra Menefee
Good reading. When your children get involved in your life, sometimes it only makes things worse.
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Margaret Johnson-Hodge is the author of several books that have received national acclaim. She is a winner of the 1998 Reviewer’s Choice Awards, for “The Real Deal”. “Butterscotch Blues” made the Blackboard Bestsellers List, the Essence Magazine Bestseller List and Black Expressions Book Club 2000 Book of the Year coming in at number 6.

“A New Day” made the Mosaic Magazine What’s Hot Top Five Ficti
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