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Angels Crest by Leslie Schwartz
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Jan 13, 09

bookshelves: 2007-audio-books, 2007-general-fiction
Read in August, 2007

Angel’s Crest, by Leslie Schwartz. A.
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This is a book about how a moment in time can change lives forever. Ethan Denton takes his three-year-old son into the woods at dawn to look at its beauty. Ethan has just won full custody of his son and he is happy. He sees two bucks in the distance. Deciding he wants a better look at them, and with his child asleep in the truck, he gets out and follows them. When he returns a few minutes later, the door to the truck is open and his son is gone. A snowstorm blankets the mountain, and he and townspeople look for the child all day. His body is found the next morning by Ethan’s former best friend. What follows is the story of how Ethan, his ex-wife, his former best friend, the town restaurant owner, a lesbian couple, and an elderly judge all dealt with the loss. For all of them it brought up losses and mistakes they had made in their own lives, and for some it was a fork in the road which led them to happiness for the future. For others it was not. This is a well-constructed book and I recommend it.

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