The Long Way Home

November 11, 2015 - Comment

Four women bound by chance take the trip of a lifetime in Karen McQuestion’s fifth novel The Long Way Home. For Wisconsinites Marnie, Laverne and Rita, life isn’t working out so well. Each is biding time, waiting for something better, something to transport them out of what their lives have recently become. And then there’s

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Four women bound by chance take the trip of a lifetime in Karen McQuestion’s fifth novel The Long Way Home.

For Wisconsinites Marnie, Laverne and Rita, life isn’t working out so well. Each is biding time, waiting for something better, something to transport them out of what their lives have recently become. And then there’s Jazzy: bubbly, positive, and happy even though she hears voices of the departed. Brought together by a chance meeting, the women decide to join Marnie on a road trip from Wisconsin to Las Vegas where she intends to reunite with Troy, the boy she raised as her own—and who she’s been separated from since her boyfriend’s death. Little do they know that as the road trip unfolds, so will their lives—in directions they never anticipated. Humorous, heartwarming, and bittersweet, the journey has something special in store for each woman.

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TheLostBookReports says:

A Road Trip You Haven’t Been On Before Karen McQuestion has done it again! The Long Way Home is a truly new take on the ever so done road trip book. I am always hesitant to read a road trip plot based book, because I feel like for the most part I have read them all before, although this road trip is much needed for these ladies and there is some self discovery involved.. you will not find anything cheesy. 

Tiffany Lovering, Author says:

I Love This Book! A LimerenceMag.com Review 

Amazon Customer says:

Good read for the price I’m not going to write some long drawn out critique of the book. I’m just going to get to the point and tell you what I thought of it. I will say that upon reading the description the story sounded a little implausible. I didn’t get how the author was going to randomly throw together a mish-mosh of women on a life altering road trip. She did lay the groundwork well in the story and bring the women together in a realistic (or at least somewhat more realistic way). I did enjoy following along on…

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