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Rachel was born with a broken heart. While in the hospital for yet another surgery, she meets Andy. Andy is from Philadelphia, the son of a working mother whose inattentiveness lands him in the hospital with a broken arm. While Rachel wants for nothing except the chance to be a normal girl, Andy and his mother struggle to make ends meet. But Andy has a gift, one that keeps him out of trouble and eventually marks him as a potential for the US Olympic team in Athens. As the years pass, Rachel and Andy are brought together and torn apart time and again. Jennifer Weiner explores the intensity of first love and friendship in her latest. Through Rachel and Andy, characters we meet when they’re just children and follow through their thirties, Weiner illustrates all of the pain and uncertainty that comes with growing up. When Rachel and Andy meet as children they’re virtual equals but as they grow older they begin to realize the things that separate them and their relationship is tested and brought to the brink. As if love weren’t enough of a challenge, both Rachel and Andy must deal with the realities of becoming adults and finding their real selves as well. While the things Rachel and Andy face may be (hopefully) above and beyond what most of us will deal with in our own lives, Weiner’s characters are so well drawn that you can’t help but connect with them and sympathize with them. It’s impossible not to love them both and hope that all will be well for them in the end.
Arthur Conan Doyle & Oscar Wilde investigate a mystery involving a killer who was hanged…two weeks before the murder.