Surviving Cyril

Narrated by: Leah Casey
Length: 10 hrs and 54 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
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When Robin Matheson's husband is killed in Afghanistan, she feels completely alone in her grief. If there's even one small silver lining to Tav's death, it's the fact that she'll never again have to talk to his best friend - a 500-pound "forever alone" hacker. That's what she thinks, anyway, until her three-year-old decides Cyril is now his best buddy, and Robin can't bear to take anything else away from her son. Gradually, she begins to realize that Cyril is the one person who truly understands the magnitude of her loss. He also knows far more about her husband's death than he's been letting on....

©2017 Ramsey Hootman (P)2017 Ramsey Hootman

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The ultimate ending

This was agreat book. Wonderful narration. My hero. I look forward to part II. Wonderful story line

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I thought the content of this book was good. But I did not like or appreciate the bad language used in it.

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  • 08-31-19

Cyrano de Bergrack retold.

This is a deftly woven story keeping your interest and making the characters alive with astute observation. It is thoroughly enjoyable.