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All This Belongs to Meby Ad Hudler
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An often hilarious, always moving novel that explores love and fate and the ways we lie to ourselves to get by in a sometimes overwhelming world.
When a mishap in the mail brings Geena into Elliss life, neither realizes how much they need each other. With her marriage in tatters, Geena is still recovering from the sudden loss of her son. Ellis has been alone in the world since the death of his mother, and as he approaches his twilight years, the routine of everyday life has replaced the relationships he might once have known. When that routine is thrown into disarray by changes at the Thomas Edison estate, where Ellis works as a tour guide, he is lost until Geena brings courage and independence back into his life. For Geena, caring for Ellis is the salve on her own wounds.
In a fascinating tale of fate and second chances, Ad Hudler weaves an intricate web showing the importance of friendship, family, and the need to accept one another, flaws and all.
When an accident of the mail brings Geena into Ellis's life neither realizes how much they need each other. Geena's marriage is in tatters and she is still recovering from the sudden loss of her son. Ellis has been alone in the world since the death of this mother years before, and as he grows into his twilight years, the routines of everyday life have slowly replacedthe relationships he might once have known. When those routines are throwninto disarray he is lost until Geena brings courage and independence back into his life. For Geena, caring for Ellis is the salve on the wounds leftby her son's death and her husband's withdrawal. Hudler weaves an intricat
In possession of a credit card belonging to a Fort Myers, Fla., resident, Geena uses the card to fund the trip to track down Ellis, a 60-something savantlike Thomas Edison fanatic and lifelong bachelor. Slowly and amusingly, she worms her way into Ellis's life while taking stock of her own.
About the Author
AD HUDLER is a stay-at-home dad and author of the novels Househusband and Southern Living. He lives in Fort Myers, Florida, and has visited the Edison home many times. You can reach Ad at his website: www.adhudler.com.
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