Read The Distance from Normandy by Jonathan Hull Free Online

Ebook The Distance from Normandy by Jonathan   Hull read! Book Title: The Distance from Normandy
The author of the book: Jonathan Hull
Language: English
ISBN: 0312314132
ISBN 13: 9780312314132
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 847 KB
Edition: St. Martin's Griffin
Date of issue: December 3rd 2004

Read full description of the books The Distance from Normandy:

Mead parachuted into Normandy on D-Day and fought his way to Germany, through some of the most brutal violence of World War II. But his most difficult battle was lost years later, when his beloved wife Sophie succumbed to cancer. Since then, he has waged a private war against both loneliness and the terrible memory of a day in 1945 that went horribly wrong-and has haunted him ever since.

His grandson Andrew, a scared and angry high school sophomore, has been expelled and is heading down a path of self-destruction. Mead agrees to take the boy in for three weeks, to set him right. At first, the two circle warily around each other, finding little in common. Then Andrew befriends a widow named Evelyn, and Mead busies himself fending off the match, even as he feels a reluctant attraction to this cheerful woman who seems to understand his grandson.

One afternoon, rummaging through the garage, Andrew discovers an antique Luger, the deadly memento of his grandfather's war. In a final effort to save his grandson from himself, Mead takes the teenager on a journey to the beaches, bunkers, and cemeteries of Normandy, where both of them confront the secrets they have been trying to forget.

Read Ebooks by Jonathan   Hull

Read information about the author

Ebook The Distance from Normandy read Online! Jonathan Hull is the bestselling author of Losing Julia and The Distance from Normandy. His latest novel, The Devoted, has just been released as of August 2012.

A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Hull spent ten years as a correspondent at TIME, including three as the Jerusalem Bureau Chief. His reporting has ranged from the Gulf War and the Palestinian uprising to presidential politics and the troubled underside of American society. A cover story he wrote on youth violence won the Society of Professional Journalists' prestigious Sigma Delta Chi award for magazine journalism.

A father of two, Hull lives in Sausalito, California, where he is at work on his fourth novel.

Ebooks PDF Epub

Add a comment to The Distance from Normandy

Read EBOOK The Distance from Normandy by Jonathan Hull Online free

Download PDF: the-distance-from-normandy.pdf The Distance from Normandy PDF