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Take Me with You by Catherine Ryan Hyde
View All. If you've made it this far you might as well buy some wine! Click the button below to see what we have available. It also felt sort of forced. Like, the author had her own idea on this and just wanted a platform with which to share it with the world. Much of this reading occurred while I was sipping my wine. I can't figure why so many people gave this book 5 shining stars.
Almost nothing happened. It was long and preachy. It felt pathetically and screamingly unrealistic. It was boring. View all 10 comments. Jul 25, Susan rated it it was amazing. Catherine Ryan Hyde's books are readily addictive if you want to read about people and their lives, their relationships and their stories, and care about what happens to all of them. I started reading her books and soon became obsessed with reading everything she had written.
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Many of her books make me think that her original idea comes from a small 2" blurb from Page 4 of the local paper and that she then tells the story behind the blurb. Whether it is the story of Grace alittle girl, whose moth Catherine Ryan Hyde's books are readily addictive if you want to read about people and their lives, their relationships and their stories, and care about what happens to all of them.
Whether it is the story of Grace alittle girl, whose mother is too befuddled by drugs to care for her. Don't let me go She makes a community of her building by befriending the agoraphobic former Broadway dancer who hasnt left his home in a decade. Or When I Found You, about Nathan, the middle aged childless man who finds a new born in the woods while he is duck hunting. She generally features children in her stories, children who are in large measure raising themselves, but are not pathetic.
They are resourceful and have been lucky enough to encounter adults who are willing to step in to their lives to help them grow to productive adults. The children have the resourcefulness and resiliance we wish that all kids in those circumstances and the adults most often grow into the people that the children need. Take Me With You is that kind of a book. Their father is not a horrible person, just a flawed one, who really wants to do right by his kids but alcohol gets in the way.
August too is flawed and damaged Almost against his will, he finds himself with a second chance to make a difference in a child's life. Ms Hyde's books are not maudlin or sappy but instead are filled with believable characters that make us want to root for their success. I look forward to each new release to help to shape me into a person who will reach out my hand when someone needs it. These books will enhance your life and your reading.
I have read almost all of Ms Hyde's books and highly recommend all of them. Mar 29, Judy Collins rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-read-in , netgalley-arc , adult-fiction , family , releases , fiction , suspense , domestic-abuse , addiction , emotional-abuse. A special thank you to Lake Union Publishing and NetGalley for introducing me to such a talented author, and providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Take Me With You was totally Amazing!! This is one of those rare books you will want to Pre-Order or purchase the day it is released.
From the first page, this heartwarming story, grabs you and pulls you in, with a strong hold until the ending, and thereafter in your thoughts. My only issue was having to stop and finish work — and this is the type of boo A special thank you to Lake Union Publishing and NetGalley for introducing me to such a talented author, and providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review. My only issue was having to stop and finish work — and this is the type of book, you want to savor every word, as it will transform your life, as you cry and laugh with characters you learn to love and care for.
This engaging story begins with a guy named August a former alcoholic divorced, school teacher, still grieving his teenage son Philip who died in a car accident. However, fate steps in when he has problems with his RV and calls a towing company man named Wes, also an alcoholic raising two small boys. Little does August know, while he is awaiting the repair of his RV, in order to get back on the road, this connection with this man and these two small boys, will change the course of his life forever, as well as the lives and destiny of these two small boys Seth and Henry.
This poignant novel reaches to the heart and soul with love, redemption, trust, transformation, and rediscovery, as the impact of this profound relationship will forever bond and shape the lives of two boys and a man, which nothing can break. There are so many takeaways from this book, as would be ideal for book clubs or discussions.
If you are a hiker, camper, or a nature lover you can appreciate this well researched book. If you are an alcoholic, a friend, parent, or family member involved, this book will give you much insight into the importance of support and mentors. Wow, this made the book even more special, as her passion for nature is reflective throughout the book.
As an avid hiker and cycler, I have traveled most of the places in the book and can definitely appreciate the beauty of mountain areas and waterfalls even though I have never taken up rock climbing. I have even stayed at a few of the campground cabins along a bike trail, which is quite relaxing—ah, this book was so for me. I wanted to adopt these boys and take a road trip.
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I highly recommend Take Me With You, as an inspiring, compelling, and heartfelt story which will change your life. Catherine Ryan Hyde has been added to my favorite author list, and looking forward to reading more of her work! Judith D. View all 8 comments. Sep 01, Dawn rated it it was ok. I was engaged and interested in the beginning of "Take Me With You. But then I began to lose interest and the story lost a lot of its magic. I liked Seth, the year-old, but once August begins his summer excursion with him and his little brother, Henry, Seth's conversation sometimes becomes unnatural it didn't sound like a year-old speaking and repetiti I was engaged and interested in the beginning of "Take Me With You.
I liked Seth, the year-old, but once August begins his summer excursion with him and his little brother, Henry, Seth's conversation sometimes becomes unnatural it didn't sound like a year-old speaking and repetitive.
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When Seth kept saying certain emotional things over and over again the words lost their meaning and Seth didn't come across as genuine. It seemed like the words' only purpose was to evoke pity or sympathy - they didn't add anything to the story nor move the plot forward. The children and their situation naturally demand readers' concern and sympathy - I can't comprehend how anyone with a heart wouldn't feel deeply for these children and August , so the repetition only succeeded in distracting and distancing me from the story.
Is there truly no other way to describe a character's reaction to a frustrating or difficult situation? Despite being annoyed, I did stick with this book and read all of it. I admit to being a fan of Henry, the younger brother, who at 7 would go long periods of time without speaking at all. It was very satisfying when he takes a stand and speaks up for himself. I also understood the value of several other issues how do you know when you're an alcoholic? Issues are handled with compassion and a strong dose of reality: It was nice to see how someone might deal with a problem that persists.
Overall, there was some good stuff here, but sigh , I struggled to get through it. Sep 03, Karen rated it it was ok Shelves: j-ya. I can't for the life of me remember why this was something I wanted to read and now that I've read it, I still can't figure it out.