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The Last Place You Look by Norma Curtis
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The Last Place You Look

by Norma Curtis

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i have a long list of to read book and i was kind of hesitant to read this due to the average rating and some of the bad reviews. But i gambled on reading it first than those who got high ratings; and i was not that disappointed unlike the others who wrote a review here. The story or rather the ending encourages us to forgive those who hurt us, to keep moving on forward, and to be happy and enjoy life. And if you do those, "the last place you look" or to mind is death because forgiveness, loving, being happy and positive will help you forget fear and death. ( )
  fugou | Aug 14, 2017 |
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Faye Reading has given second place to her career as a lighting designer in order to be a good wife and mother -- to her husband, Nick, their adopted son Samuel and their daughter Isabel. If her lifestyle has been on the reckless side, Nick's conscience, sense and good nature have always compensated, giving her the security she has craved since childhood. At least until now. For a message on the answerphone, a visit to the doctor and the return of Samuel's natural mother -- Nick's wayward young sister -- are about to upset the balance of their lives, casting shadows where there was light, and doubt where there was certainty. As they each confront their own personal demons, Faye and Nick must find a way forward, but first they must learn where to look...
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