Kristin Hannah's Firefly Lane became a touchstone novel in women’s lives. Across the world, women embraced the story of Tully and Kate’s enduring friendship. They laughed with Tully and cried with Kate and anguished over Tully's fractured relationship with her mother. Now, five years later, in Fly Away, Kristin Hannah returns to the world of these unforgettable characters and asks the question...how do you hold yourself together when your world has fallen apart....
Fly Away is the story of three women who have lost their way and need each other - plus a miracle - to transform their lives. An emotionally-complex, heart-wrenching novel about love, family, motherhood, loss, and redemption, Fly Away reminds us that where there is life, there is hope and where there is love, there is forgiveness. Told with her trademark visceral storytelling and illuminating prose, Kristin Hannah reveals why she is one of the most beloved writers of our day.
Includes a Reading Group Guide read by Kristin Hannah.
©2013 Kristin Hannah (P)2013 Macmillan Audio
Good follow up to first book. Some said it was very depressing. While there are many sad parts to the book, I felt that when read after the first book, it was quite enjoyable.
Someone who loves hopeless stories.
There is literally no hope in this story. I am over 11 hours into it and not one character has had a happy moment or a shred of hope. I can't finish it. It is the most hopeless story I have listened to. It is shallow, predictable, and unimaginative. There is no depth to it at all.
I am 1/3 through this book and I have decided not to listen anymore. Not one redeeming thing has happened, and after reading other reviews I see that is mostly how this book goes until the very end.
No. I listen to books while I am doing light housework, gardening or walking the dog. I looked forward to continuing the story, but was able to break away when necessary.
Having listened to Firefly Lane, I was anxious to listen to Fly Away. I enjoyed its continuation of the story of Kate and Tully. The author did a good job of telling a new story based on the information that had not been revealed in the first book.
Truly enjoyed! Very moving. Family, friends and forgiveness, that is what makes life worth living! ❤️❤️❤️
Kristin Hannah once again knocks it out of the park. I loved firefly Lane and this was a great conclusion. I loved how she exposed every emotion that comes with grief and moving forward in life without your special someone.
I really enjoy Kristin Hannah, but I have a hard time with spoiled children. I should have anticipated this since Marah annoyed me so much in the first book. Over all it was nice to learn more about the other characters I loved from Firefly Lane.
Great sequel, lots of loss and sadness. You really feel for these characters and absorb the plot. Well worth the credit! !!
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