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Range of Motion by  Elizabeth Berg - First Edition - 1995-08-22 - from Kayleighbug Books and Biblio.com

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Range of Motion

by Berg, Elizabeth

Condition: Near Fine/Near Fine


New York: Random House, 1995-08-22. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 217 pages; slight edge wear to jacket/boards; I can tell you how it happened. It's easy to say how it happened. He walked past a building, and a huge chunk of ice fell off the roof, and it hit him on the head. This is Chaplinesque, right? People start to laugh when I tell them...As Jay Berman lingers is a coma, his young wife, Lainey, is the only one who believes he will recover. While he lies motionless, she hopes to reach him by offering reminders of the ordinary life they shared - sweet smelling flowers, his softly textured shirt, spices from their kitchen. And throughout her ordeal, Lainey is sustained by her relationship with two very special women, each of whom teaches her about the enduring bond of friendship and the genuine power of hope.

From the New York Times bestselling author of Talk Before Sleep and What We Keep comes "the love story of the year" ( Detroit Free Press ). A woman waiting for her husband to awake from a coma discovers the meaning of love, friendship, and faith.




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