6 edition of Where Somebody Waits for Me found in the catalog.
November 23, 2004 by PublishAmerica .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||274|
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Where Somebody Waits is the story of Ruby, a remarkable woman who made her mark on many during her lifetime. We follow Ruby from her young adult years through her death in her 80s, and the author does an excellent job creating the southern environment the book /5.
Praise for Margaret Kaufman and Where Somebody Waits. Named a "Great Group Read" by the Women’s National Book Association "In the madcap, outspoken, yet hauntingly vulnerable Ruby, Kaufman has created an indelible character, one whose full life arc is succinctly yet voluptuously rendered through the incandescent vignettes of Kaufman’s masterful first novel-in-stories."―/5(10).
I finished reading Somebody Waits for Me and recommend it for those of us who heard about the Great Depression from our parents and really didn't pay too much attention. Angell has transported us to that time and those places and as a result we come in contact with the joys and sorrows and hopes of that era.
Can't wait for his next book!/5(5). Lee "Somebody Waits For You A Sweet Holiday Romance Series Set in Alaska" por Noelle Fox disponible en Rakuten Kobo.
Paige Turner, owner of Let it Snow!, North Pole's combination bookstore and craft shop, can't believe that GT Knight, me Brand: Noelle Fox LLC. Named a “ Great Group Read” by the Women’s National Book Association Where Somebody Waits instantly transports you to small-town Arkansas more than a half-century ago—a world of catfish and bourbon-and-Coke; of tent revival meetings and less boisterous discussions about heaven and hell; of finding love or just dreaming about it.
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