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Harlequin Enterprises Ltd
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5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.75(d)

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful book, one of the best I have read in a long time. Gloria Goldreich is an amazing writer.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As someone working in the publishing industry, I have many many fiction manuscripts cross my desk...so I'm too tired to read a book at the end of the day. But I'd learned about Walking Home and made it a point to get it...and it is a wonderful read. Goldreich has captured a life and lives, some of which are very familiar to me, and with her character studies she has created a world that sometimes has no answers, only questions, no solutions, only struggles, no happiness, only grief -- but it is a familiar world...and she has done wonders with it. I also lent Walking Home to my mother. She claims it's the best book she's ever read...and she's read some excellent books and classics in her lifetime. She is insisting on buying several copies of the book to distribute as gifts to friends. That is a compliment in itself!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Rochelle Weiss would do anything for her beloved parents, Holocaust survivors, who had her late in life and gave her unconditional love. Her boss Brad fires her from her public relations job at Business Industry Systems and her boyfriend Phil dumps her when she asks for a leave of absence to take care of her dying parents. Stunned, she loses her optimistic outlook fostered by her parents that everything will work out okay.--- Rochelle earns money walking canines; shockingly she finds the work calming her ravaged soul, and enables her to think about the future and all the good things that have happened to her thanks to the love and nurture of her parents. Though she will mourn her loss, Rochelle knows her life will continue to be great regardless of what she does because of her memories of her parents and some new real friends she has met while WALKING HOME.--- Gloria Goldreich provides her audience with a deep poignant character study of an individual who seems in some ways as a modern Job as everything goes wrong from the moment her mother calls her with the news. The story line is driven totally by Rochelle as she reflects on her past love and glory, her present woes, and ultimately on a future that she knows will once again be filled with love and glory. Fans will appreciate her roller coaster ride from rosy colored optimist to gloomy pessimist back to pragmatic optimist as she overcomes the failures of her boss and her boyfriend and eventually the deaths of her parents in this powerful look at a terrific person making it in a world turned upside down on her.--- Harriet Klausner