The Last Beach Bungalow

The Last Beach Bungalow

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Penguin Putnam
A poignant novel about a woman who survives breast cancer, only to struggle with what comes next: living.

After five cancer-free years, April Newton should be celebrating, but instead she's restless. She feels her husband slipping away, and though the spectacular, stylish house he's building for her should be a fresh start, April finds herself wanting something more. As their move-in date approaches, she becomes obsessed with winning the right to buy the last bungalow in Redondo Beach, convinced that the quirky, lived-in little house represents comfort, completeness-everything she is missing in her life. And though her quest for the bungalow will take some surprising twists, it may put back together the pieces of her heart.



Random House, Inc.
A poignant novel about a woman who survives breast cancer, only to struggle with what comes next: living.

After five cancer-free years, April Newton should be celebrating, but instead she's restless. She feels her husband slipping away, and though the spectacular, stylish house he's building for her should be a fresh start, April finds herself wanting something more. As their move-in date approaches, she becomes obsessed with winning the right to buy the last bungalow in Redondo Beach, convinced that the quirky, lived-in little house represents comfort, completeness-everything she is missing in her life. And though her quest for the bungalow will take some surprising twists, it may put back together the pieces of her heart.

Baker & Taylor
A breast cancer survivor of five years, April Newton is feeling restless, as if her life and marriage are slipping away in spite of the stylish dream home her husband is building as a fresh start in their lives, and becomes obsessed with purchasing a bungalow in Redondo Beach, a little house that becomes a symbol of everything she is missing in her life. Original.

Baker
& Taylor

April Newton feels as if her life and marriage are slipping away in spite of the stylish dream home her husband is building as a fresh start in their lives, and becomes obsessed with purchasing a bungalow in Redondo Beach.

Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2008
Edition: Berkley trade pbk. ed
ISBN: 9780425219270
0425219275
Characteristics: 271 p. ; 20 cm

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