Coast Road - Audio Cassette - Abridged Author:Barbara Delinsky, Howard McGillin (Narrator) Coast Road. Where life's greatest gifts come to us by accident. — Barbara Delinsky has always had a gift for creating tales of extraordinary emotional power and depth. Now this New York Times bestselling author of Three Wishes surpasses herself once again in a novel that takes readers on a journey as richly textured, colo... more »rful, and poignant as the northern California landscape in which the book is set.
Rachel Keats and Jack McGill were artists, deeply in love when they married, until the rush of life took its toll. After ten years of marriage, they divorced and went their separate ways. Jack stayed in San Francisco. Rachel moved with their two young daughters to Big Sur.
Six years later, an alarming middle-of-the-night phone call demands that Jack put aside his own busy life and career as a leading architect to rush to his ex-wife's hospital bed. While she lies lifeless, Jack maintains a bedside vigil and finds himself getting to know Rachel better than he ever did -- through their daughters, her friends, and, even more revealingly, through her art. Meanwhile, the beauty and grace of the redwood canyon where she has made their home also work their own special alchemy upon Jack. He begins to see Rachel, his daughters, and the story of his marriage with new eyes.
Coast Road celebrates those things in life that matter most -- the kinship of neighbors, the companionship of friends, and the irreplaceable time spent with children and family. In this masterful new novel, Barbara Delinsky depicts with exquisite accuracy the ties that bind each of us to those people and places we hold most dear.
A super good book. Tells of a man who divorced his wife and she has a car acident and how he returns to her to take care of her. It opens his eyes to things about her and their marriage and thei two teenage daughters.
Easy yet engrossing story that celebrates the things in life that matter the most. Jack McGill chooses his architectual career over his family. Now 6 years later a car accident brings him back to learn about the woman he never knew.
I had this book for over a year, because the description just did not sound all that great. I finally got desperate and read it, and what a great surprise! It was a really excellent book and I was captivated from the beginning.
Rachel Keats and Jack McGill were artists, deeply in love when they
married, until the rush of life took its toil and they divorced.
Six years later, Jack put aside his career as a leading architect
to hold a bedside vigil at his ex-wife's hospital bed. Jack begins
to see Rachel, his daughters, and the story of his marriage with