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Take Me with You

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Ns with nowhere else to goWhat none of them could have known was how transformative both the trip and the bonds that develop between them would prove driving each to create a new destiny together Fantastic Book Another great book by Catherine Ryan Hyde I am very surprised that I didn't find this author long ago I did see the movie Pay it Forward based on her book by the same name many years ago and loved it When I came across this book and read the description I thought it sounded pretty good However it than exceeded my expectations I devoured it and since then I've been a huge fan As I read her books I often find myself nodding along and agreeing with something a character is sayingabout love or life or many other things These characters got into my heart and I have no doubt this book will stay with me a very long time I was moved to tears on a few occasions The plot was fantastic as were the characters I was gripped from the time I started until I finished the last page I think it would also make a great movie I highly recommend this bookI am excited to continue reading from Catherine Ryan Hyde

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August Shroeder a burned out teacher has been sober since his 19 year old son died Every year he's spent the summer on the road but making it to Yellowstone this year means everything The plan ha Got caught in my throat than once in this story Thank you for making me feel human If you have another that touches me like this did I'll be reading it soon Hopefully many Like August I want to savor every minute of this journey you've put together It's even impressive that you make August and the boys real feeling beings and not standardized males

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D been to travel there with his son but now August is making the trip with Philip's ashes instead An unexpected twist of fate lands August with two extra passengers for his journey two half orpha The main character of this book is August a man of a certain age a science teacher who is taking an RV trip Just those two facts – the science and the RV meant that throughout this read I had Walter White in my head and read all of August’s dialogue in Walter’s voiceBut to be serious this is the second book that I have read by the author lately and like Where We Belong the main theme of this book is a friendship between the generations Similarly we have a man who is intrinsically good doing the right thing for other people even though he may have serious doubts about the wisdom of what he is doingOh and there is also another cute dog – this time a Jack Russell called WoodyAugust a recovering alcoholic is mourning the death of his son Phillip two years ago and as a memorial to him is taking an RV trip from California to Yellowstone Park What he hasn’t bargained for is being “coerced” into taking along two young children Seth and Henry He unwittingly becomes a role model for the boys and in turn we see him learning how to move forward in his mourning of his son I really enjoyed reading about their road trip the scenery and places they visited I really felt uite envious of everything they saw and experiencedThe book also studies “risk” It encourages you to live life to the full because you never know what is around the corner and if your passions run to activities that could be risky then to take calculated risks; enjoy the moment as safely as possible I have a fear of heights but I was still intrigued by the climbing section of the book I read some of it wincingIt is a very uplifting feel good read with nice characters that you cannot help liking A couple of times I did think the book was about to stray into “twee territory” but the author managed to turn it round so it didn’t get sickly sweet just a darn good readThanks to the publishers for the copy in return for an honest review

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