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Every Last One BONUS This Edition Contains An Every Last One Discussion Guide And An Excerpt From Anna Quindlen S BlessingsMary Beth Latham Has Built Her Life Around Her Family, Around Caring For Her Three Teenage Children And Preserving The Rituals Of Their Daily Life When One Of Her Sons Becomes Depressed, Mary Beth Focuses On Him, Only To Be Blindsided By A Shocking Act Of Violence What Happens Afterward Is A Testament To The Power Of A Woman S Love And Determination, And To The Invisible Lines Of Hope And Healing That Connect One Human Being To Another Ultimately, As Rendered In Anna Quindlen S Mesmerizing Prose, Every Last One Is A Novel About Facing Every Last One Of The Things We Fear The Most, About Finding Ways To Navigate A Road We Never Intended To TravelLook For Special Features InsideJoin The Circle For Author Chats AndRandomHouseReadersCircle


About the Author: Anna Quindlen

Anna Quindlen is a novelist and journalist whose work has appeared on fiction, nonfiction, and self help bestseller lists She is the author of eight novels Object Lessons, One True Thing, Black and Blue, Blessings, Rise and Shine, Every Last One, Still Life with Bread Crumbs, and Miller s Valley Her memoir Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake, published in 2012, was a number one New York Times bests



10 thoughts on “Every Last One

  1. says:

    Raw Powerful Real Not for cynics or sissies If you have experienced a devastating event that has permanently divided your life into a Before and an After, this book will really speak to your heart I know it spoke to mine If you re fortunate enough not to have been through the fire, there s much to be gained


  2. says:

    4.5 starsI can t believe I forgot about this book Granted I read it over 5 years ago, but when I saw a friend had recently reviewed it, it all came flooding back.I remember after I read it, it was all I could think about for days..Mary Beth Latham is a devoted mother of three children Lately she finds herself think


  3. says:

    Traveling Sister Read Review by NORMA, LINDSAY and BRENDA 4.5 stars rounded up to 5 stars for EVERY LAST ONE as this novel took us all on an extremely emotional roller coaster of a ride EVERY LAST ONE by ANNA QUINDLEN is a novel that can be compared to riding a very steep roller coaster The first half of the book was the


  4. says:

    Another amazing Traveling Sister Read with Brenda and Norma Once again, it was an honour to be included in one of their amazing sister reads I loved every second of it This was a great book to read together as it was very intense and sparked a lot of interesting conversation.4.5 stars rounded up to 5 stars for EVERY LAST ONE as


  5. says:

    4.5 Traveling Sister Read with Norma and LindsayAbsolutely loved this reading experience and loved the conversation we had sharing our thoughts Full review can be found on Norma s review or on our sister blog


  6. says:

    UPDATE 4 26 2015 I read this book years ago and had given it 3 stars at the timeI came back today to give it 5 stars My reason for changing it is because its very clear this book left a lasting impression on me A message in the book is strong It wasn t clear to me at the time it is now I HIGHLY recommend this book for MOTHERS who have daughte


  7. says:

    Blurb In this breathtaking and beautiful novel, the 1 New York Times bestselling author Anna Quindlen creates an unforgettable portrait of a mother, a father, a family, and the explosive, violent consequences of what seem like inconsequential actions.Mary Beth Latham is first and foremost a mother, whose three teenaged children come first, before he


  8. says:

    I recommend reading this book knowing very little about it I always read the cover and inside covers first and what I learn usually whets my appetite and rarely am I disappointed to have the information However, the inside front cover of this book revealed than I wanted to know Perhaps that s just me I don t know.Quindlen is a fine writer and a skillful s


  9. says:

    3.5 starsThe book starts off with the wondrous journey of marriage and children, along with all the trials and tribulations of raising those 3 teenage children Husband, wife, children, family, friends and neighbors all play a part in everyday life But as Ruby, the eldest and only daughter, and Max and Alex, the twins, grow, life begins to change, as life always d


  10. says:

    Where to start The writing was rambling and disjointed I got to page 80 and then went back to the beginning to try to make sense of what I was reading Didn t help.The characters, all of them, were cardboard cutouts with no emotional depth And none of them seemed to have their own voice Often after reading a sentence I d have to stop and thinkWaitWhich one are you again


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