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Going home isn't easy and almost always emotionally disruptive as famous playwright Hugh Windmar realizes when he returns to his hometown of Saskatoon. There he re-acquaints with family, people almost strangers to him now; more importantly, his own past rears its ugly head as Hugh meets with the woman he abandoned during his rise to fame. Max Braithwaite's All The Way Home so clearly portrays the discomfort of revisiting the past it sends readers into an unexpected period of their own self-reflection.
|Publisher:||McClelland & Stewart|
|Sold by:||Random House|
|File size:||2 MB|
About the Author
Max Braithwaite was one of Canada’s most prolific freelance writers, having authored numerous books, articles, radio dramas, screenplays, theatre scripts, and television shows. He died in 1995.