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Commuters by Emily Gray Tedrowe
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Sep 11, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: read-in-2011
Read from October 02 to 13, 2011 — I own a copy

There are many things that I loved about this book. The first sentence of the book is delightful: "It was a small-town June wedding, and the bride was seventy-eight." This is a multi-generational story told while focusing on three members of an extended family that formed when an elderly couple, each having lost his/her spouse, marry. There were cute and charming points in the story, and there were emotional and heart-breaking points in the story. It was just an enjoyable book that I was able to read in little spurts over a week and a half.

I own a copy of this book and would gladly lend it to any of my people who want to read it. :)

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