All the Winters After

All the Winters After

eBook - 2016
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Alaska doesn't forgive mistakes That's what Kachemak Winkel's mother used to tell him. A lot of mistakes were made that awful day twenty years ago, when she died in a plane crash with Kache's father and brother--and Kache still feels responsible. He fled Alaska for good, but now his aunt Snag insists on his return. She admits she couldn't bring herself to check on his family's house in the woods--not even once since he's been gone. Kache is sure the cabin has decayed into a pile of logs, but he finds smoke rising from the chimney and a mysterious Russian woman hiding from her own troubled past. Nadia has kept the house exactly the same--a haunting museum of life before the crash. And she's stayed there, afraid and utterly isolated, for ten years. Set in the majestic, dangerous beauty of Alaska, All the Winters After is the story of two bound souls trying to free themselves, searching for family and forgiveness.
Publisher: [United States] : Sourcebooks Inc, 2016.
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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Sep 12, 2017

A beautifully written book with a lovely story! Having fallen in love with Alaska after a trip there, I could picture the scenery and the way of life as described in this book. Well worth my time!

Oct 26, 2016

Caveat: I lived in the Homer area for three years. Naturally a bit critical of a few minor deviations from the truth. I somewhat compartmentalized the 'story' and the focus on the Kachemak Bay location.
Which was slightly embellished, yet indicated factual knowledge and authentic research.
The story tripped many of my own recollections, and opened introspection of my past. My review may be more personal than objective, No matter, it is a very worthy read, well researched and written. It will depend on your perspective. An in depth look into family, and the many achieved, or lost outcomes of decisions that may alter the course of understanding and healing.

Jul 02, 2016

Even though much of the story line was predictable, I enjoyed the ride of getting from here to there. The evolution of the two main characters is hopeful and uplifting. Recommend!

Apr 27, 2016

I thought this was a very good book, however, I guess I was expecting something more "literary" with all the hype the book received. It's more of a well written love story rather than a true literary read. But it made me want to go to Alaska!

Feb 09, 2016

Great book! Loved this story of Kache and Nadia helping each other find reasons to live again after each had put their lives on hold due to traumatic circumstances. Endearing characters and a beautiful Alaskan setting. Recommend.

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