Ticket Home

Ticket Home

Book - 2001
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The bestselling author of The Lighthouse Keeper weaves together World War II and the present day in a moving tale of love, loss, and family ties.

Lucian and Norman Parker are as close as twin brothers can be. Together with their father, they run a railway station in Warm Springs, Oklahoma, during the Depression.

But when both brothers fall in love with the same girl and Lucian marries her, a rift they never imagined begins to form between them.

Soon, World War II takes the twins away from home, to the the Pacific, and it is there, as prisoners of war, that their bond is forever broken: one of them dies, and the other makes an agonizing decision that will change his life forever.

Ticket Home takes readers on a journey back through youthful days of wonder, past the loss of innocence, and on to the power of the kind of love that can salvage dreams.

Publisher: Rockland, MA : Wheeler Publishing, c2001.
ISBN: 9781587240041
Branch Call Number: Lg. Prt. PRA
Characteristics: 399 p.


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