Never Can Say Good-Bye

Never Can Say Good Bye What do you do when you ve used up all your options and your life has fallen apart August Sally and Ryan have never met but they have one thing in common each has undergone a life changing tragedy

  • Title: Never Can Say Good-Bye
  • Author: Robert Farrell Smith
  • ISBN: 9781570089916
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • What do you do when you ve used up all your options and your life has fallen apart August, Sally, and Ryan have never met, but they have one thing in common each has undergone a life changing tragedy Each is also searching for a way to start over, a place of healing or forgetfulness or new chances And they all find themselves independently drawn to the unlikely town ofWhat do you do when you ve used up all your options and your life has fallen apart August, Sally, and Ryan have never met, but they have one thing in common each has undergone a life changing tragedy Each is also searching for a way to start over, a place of healing or forgetfulness or new chances And they all find themselves independently drawn to the unlikely town of Seven Pines, Montana Will the idyllic village be the refuge with the answers they seek, or will the town s own mysterious tragedy just raise questions in their minds A marvelous blend of insight, action, and humor, Never Can Say Good bye will tickle your funny bone, tug at your heart, and satisfy your desire for adventure.Published May 2003Pages 271

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    1. August, Sally, and Ryan all have had some terrible things happen to them. Although they have never met before, they all end up in the small town of Seven Pines, Montana. The town of Seven Pines was named that because of the seven pines encircling and guarding (many citizens think) the town. However, now things are going wrong in the town. Each day or so, one of the pines is destroyed, and the citizens are falling apart. However, in this town August, Sally, and Ryan are able to put their pasts be [...]

    2. august, ryan, and Sally are all running away from what is happening in their lifes to find something else. August wants to run away from being honest and getting attatched to someone who can potentially hurt him through his caring. Ryan is running away from the guilt that is eating at him. He is responsible for his best friend being in a coma and not being on a mission. Sally is running away from the fear of being sick and her life ending too soon. All come together in seven pines montana. They [...]

    3. This book was all over the place. I picked it up because one of my kids was sick and I had a lot of sitting time. I got far enought into it that I wondered what was going to happen. It never got better.

    4. I don't think this book even deserves 1 star. I did not enjoy or even like it very much.It was about 3 people all having problems who ended up in this town in Montana. The town itself was not normal. For the most part I thought it kinda silly.

    5. You knowl his books have the same plot?but they're still good to read. this one was pretty good, I guess the first one of his that you read is the best, but i hadn't read one in a while so it was ALMOST like a new story to me. very entertaining and.uhunchy. ;D

    6. I thought this was an amazing Story of how 3 Unrelated people's Lives intersect and how though unforeseen Circumstances they are led to the Town of "Seven Pines" where they and the town itself are forever changed.

    7. So far its about a guy that falls in love and he needs to let go of his past and then finds out that his past comes back to hunt him.

    8. The first part of this book drove me nuts switching from character to character. The story was pretty good once the characters all came together. It was quirky, but entertaining.

    9. If you love quirky characters, Robert Smith's novels are full of them. Never Can Say Good-Bye has some great ones. I'm particularly fond of the librarian.

    10. Although not as good as "Trust Williams" trilogy. But, still a good read, although at times it was a bit disappointing. But, I always enjoy Robert Farrell Smith.

    11. I wanted to like this book. I really like Robert Farrell Smith; I think he's hilarious. But I couldn't get into this story to save myself.

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