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Going Home based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Despite the cliche “you should never judge a book by it’s cover” this time I did. The image of woman with a longing gaze “Going Home” drew me in ... and the story line that followed the book’s front cover kept me reading non-stop from start to end. The moral offered at the book’s satisfying ending is: when you believe everything happens for a reason, faith is never wasted. The protagonist in Carole McKee’s Going Home an independent minded girl named Cassie. Despite the naysayers in her life, she holds on to one belief -- a belief in herself. Her path in life leads to many successes, though it did cost her a fulfilling relationship with her family back home. Going Home for Cassie was not out of want, but it turned into an opportunity to mend long lingering hurt feelings. In an honest portrayal with true-to-life characters, the author doesn't make it that easy. And Going Home ends up being a story many readers w ill be able to relate to.