The Season of Us

The Season of Us

Book - 2016
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Gincy Gannon Luongo escaped from the storybook small town of Appleville, New Hampshire twenty years ago. Now, she is bringing her teenage daughter Tasmin with her to visit her recently widowed mother in the weeks leading up to Christmas at her brother Tommy's urging. Her once feisty and strong-willed mother Ellen Gannon is mired in depression and her brother isn't doing much better. With each passing day, dealing with the imagined slights and lingering resentments that have created chasms between them all, Gincy realized how seriously she has undervalued her mother and underestimated her brother. Now, with the support of her husband, daughter and best friends, she is starting to see what she has missed.
Publisher: New York : Kensington Books, ©2016.
ISBN: 9781496706812
Characteristics: 241 pages ;,22 cm.


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Jan 05, 2017

The theme of this book took me by surprise, as I haven't seen it used often, especially in a Christmas story. It was delightfully well done and I enjoyed the discovery. A woman matures and loses some of her conceitedness and rediscovers the value of her family, even though the other members seem to not be as successful or as intelligent as she is. She learns to see the other family members through others' eyes instead of through her own experience and strengthens bonds and grows as a person.

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