2 edition of The Walk Home found in the catalog.
The Walk Home
Barbara Harned Dorsett
by Northwest Pub
Written in English
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Moving between Stevie’s contemporary Glaswegian life and the story of his parents when they were young, The Walk Home is a powerful novel about the risk of love, and the madness and betrayals that can split a family.
Without your past, who are you?/5(45). Rachel Seiffert's 3rd novel The Walk Home is a story of love and hope amidst the unreasonable religious and political conflict in one of the most deprived and roughest neighbourhoods in Scotland. The book centres around Stevie a young boy who left his family and their struggles behind like others in his family have done before/5.
Walking home is the second of Lynn's books that I have read. I first was introduced to this talented author when I found "The Blue Bear" in a used book store. It was a treasure hidden among cookbooks and a few of the Twilight novels. From the first pages I was hooked.
There is something about his writing that makes me hungry for each line/5(85). The Walk Home by Rachel Seiffert review – love and sectarianism A brave, beautiful novel set in Glasgow that deals with family ties, betrayal and the pain of going back Kate Clanchy.
The walk home teaches Martin things about himself; things he probably already knew but always denied. He is not the same person at the end of his journey as he was at the beginning. This is a wonderful book. You can see Martin changing as the story progresses, even before he realizes it 4/4(K).