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Building upon the success of his critically acclaimed bestseller, The Long Walk Home, Will North returns with a much-anticipated new title, Season’s End. Colin Ryan, on his way to work, finds the woman whom he has loved for thirty years—his best friend’s wife, Pete—lying motionless on a dangerous bend in the road, unconscious and near death from alcohol poisoning. Believin ...more
Hardcover, 341 pages
Published September 3rd 2013 by Astor + Blue Editions LLC
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Jul 25, 2014 Julie rated it it was amazing
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Good, well-written story. The best part is that it is set locally, on Vashon Island. Looking forward to reading more from this author.
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Good, albeit somewhat predictable story. What struck me about this author is that he writes from a male point of view, but clearly understands and likes women--reminiscent of Pat Conroy.
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Good book. The ending was not was was expected. I will definitely read other books by this author.
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I think we can safely blame it on Margaret D’Ascoli, though I suppose Henry Wadsworth Longfellow may bear some responsibility as well.

Mrs. D’Ascoli was my eighth grade English teacher, Longfellow was the author of—among other things—the epic poem, Evangeline, about which we had to write a critical essay. When the day came for the papers to be handed back, the class was awash in anxiety. Mrs. D’Asc
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