Songs Without Words

Songs Without Words

eBook - 2007
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Chronicles the long-time friendship between Liz and Sarabeth, a relationship that is forged in childhood and sustained through the decades that follow, until both women are forced to reexamine their lives in the wake of a devastating crisis.
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2007
ISBN: 0307267814 (electronic bk.)
9780307267818 (electronic bk.)
Branch Call Number: eBOOK FIC PACKER
Characteristics: 1 online resource (321 p.)

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brangwinn
May 25, 2015

What do you do if you have a child who attempts suicide? How do you hold a family together as well as friendships that go back to childhood. This contemporary story revolves around Liz and her best friend since childhood, Sarabeth. They live such different lives, Sarabeth, has remained single and constantly teeters on the edge of poverty. She has few friends other than Liz. Liz has married a successful man involved in the tech industry has two children. Laurel’s attempted suicide nearly destroys a marriage and the friendship of the two women.

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Jadette
Dec 27, 2008

I thought this book was a travesty. The entire book, paragraph by paragraph I thought it was going to turn into a really good book. It was a boring narrative of repetitiveness, I felt like each chapter was the cliff hanger to a melodramatic soap opera. I would be very interested in a positive opinion of this book.

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