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The World As We Know It
by Joseph Monninger

Published: 2011-10-11
Paperback : 320 pages
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A lifetime of friendship begins the day brothers Ed and Allard save Sarah from drowning in an icy river near their rural New Hampshire home. Though their paths diverge through the years, the connection between the three endures until a heartbreaking tragedy in the remote mountains of ...
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A lifetime of friendship begins the day brothers Ed and Allard save Sarah from drowning in an icy river near their rural New Hampshire home. Though their paths diverge through the years, the connection between the three endures until a heartbreaking tragedy in the remote mountains of Wyoming forces Sarah and Allard to confront the unthinkable. In their grief, they find themselves on separate journeys that test the enduring bonds of their relationship and time’s unremitting power to heal. Poignant and transformative, The World as We Know It is subtle and heartrending—a love story of friendship, nature, and the surprising twists that can alter our destinies forever.

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  "I loved the simple way the book rolled out, even with its fairy tale quality. "by thewanderingjew (see profile) 03/23/15

The story is told in three parts. The first part is about Allard and Edward Keer, young brothers exploring their surroundings in a rural community of New Hampshire. They imagine a future wor... (read more)

 
  "The World As We Know It"by cskoniec (see profile) 01/09/14

A heart warming story set in the beautiful New England area. Parts of it went on for a wile, but good story, characters and the right ending.

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