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By Kristin Hannah

While Mikaela Campbell, liked spouse and mom, falls right into a coma, it's as much as her husband, Liam, to carry the family members jointly and take care of their grieving, nervous teenagers. medical professionals inform Liam to not count on a restoration, yet he believes that love can accomplish what clinical technology can't. day-by-day he sits at Mikaela's bedside, telling her tales of the valuable lifestyles they've got outfitted jointly, hoping opposed to desire that she is going to get up. yet then he discovers proof of his wife's mystery prior: a hidden first marriage to superstar Julian True.

Desperate to carry Mikaela again at any price, Liam is aware that he needs to flip to Julian for support. yet will that selection rate Liam his spouse, his kinfolk, and every little thing he holds expensive? considered one of Kristin Hannah's such a lot relocating novels, Angel Falls is a poignant and unforgettable portrait of marriage and dedication, of a normal guy who dares to chance every thing within the identify of affection.

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It was penetrating. It penetrated me, I felt. “Not a single human dwelling was to be seen. But at a distance were some old trees which seemed to be growing in a hollow, since only their tops were visible. They were not far away, and although the day was far advanced I went forward to see what the place was like. I found that down there, in a long, narrow glen, lay a little hamlet of simple cottages and farmyards, lining a road that ran from end to end of the hollow. I went down to it and along the road.

And when I had drunk I raped her, and her smile was partly to blame for that, for it would have set any man on fire. “So what she says is quite true. But there was nothing unusual in my conduct, for we all did the » 22 same when we came upon a woman. And this one was such that it would not have been easy to resist her. “And it’s true too that the dog, which had been quieter for a while, now flung itself at me savagely, and bit me all the time till the blood flowed, though I paid no attention to this.

In the evenings we cooked our food over a camp fire, and when she had covered the hot embers with a little earth and moss, as her habit was, we slept beside it. “How she had come to live alone in the woods like this I don’t know. But many strange things happened then—one came upon queer lives and odd ways of living—of surviving—in that time of war and plague and utter confusion, until almost noth­ ing could surprise one any more. And if you think 25 that time is over now—I mean the time when one could experience unbelievable things, incompre­ hensible, quite inconceivable things, things that the human mind could not grasp—then you’re wrong.

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