Keith, Annie's husband of seventeen years, is dying of cancer. It is a fate he has accepted. Annie, however, can not will not accept it. She finds her entire world turned upside down after Keith's death.
Consumed with grief, mounting bills, everyday tasks that seem insurmountable, and three kids that have become nagging sources of frustration, Annie fails to see that the family is beginning to come apart. It takes another threatening event for them to learn that even with the loss of Keith, they are still a family a different family, but one that is no less loving, real, and enduring than they had been with a father and husband in the house.
|Publisher:||Random House Audio Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||2 Cassettes|
|Product dimensions:||4.43(w) x 7.04(h) x 0.80(d)|
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I just finished Errands by Judith Guest. When Keith Browner succumbs to cancer, his wife Anne faces life raising their three children amidst grief and loneliness. 12-year-old Harry is rebellious and guilt-ridden in his role of man of the house, 11-year-old Jimmy is a loner, Nine-year-old Julie keeps a journal, trying to cope with her grief and the grief of those around her. Jess, Anne's sister, tries to help, but she is saddled with problems of her own - including a relationship with a married man. Anne resists Jess's help as her life spirals out of control. I thought this book was excellent, the characters were well-developed and really drew you into the plot. I give this story an A+!