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Book review: Fly Away by Kristin Hannah

When Kate Ryan develops cancer and dies, the people she leaves behind are grief-stricken and spiral into self-destruction.

FLY AWAY

KristIn HannahMacmillan ($34.99)

When Kate Ryan develops cancer and dies, the people she leaves behind are grief-stricken and spiral into self-destruction. Her daughter falls into a love affair, the husband struggles with raising three children, and her best friend takes solace in drugs and alcohol.

 But a catastrophic event means each must overcome their darkness in order to move forward. Fly Away is a beautifully written story about loss, but ultimately it deals with the power of love.

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