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When Mikaela Campbell, beloved wife and mother, falls into a coma, it is up to her husband, Liam, to hold the family together and care for their grieving, frightened children. Doctors tell Liam not to expect a recovery, but he believes that love can accomplish what medical science cannot. Daily he sits at Mikaela’s bedside, telling her stories of the precious life they have built together, hoping against hope that she will wake up. But then he discovers evidence of his wife’s secret past: a hidden first marriage to movie star Julian True.
Desperate to bring Mikaela back at any cost, Liam knows that he must turn to Julian for help. But will that choice cost Liam his wife, his family, and everything he holds dear? One of Kristin Hannah’s most moving novels, Angel Falls is a poignant and unforgettable portrait of marriage and commitment, of an ordinary man who dares to risk everything in the name of love.
Praise for Angel Falls
“A tearjerker . . . about the triumphs of family.”—Detroit Free Press
“An all-night reading affair—you won’t be able to put it down. . . . [Angel Falls will] make you laugh and cry.”—New York Post
“A jewel . . . Hannah has executed her premise perfectly and plumbed its implications for every ounce of feeling.”—San Jose Mercury News
“Hannah writes of love with compassion and conviction.”—Luanne Rice
From the Paperback edition.
From Publishers Weekly
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I've read a few of KH books and this one was wonderful! A close second to Firefly Lane! This is an author I will not soon get tired of reading...
Hannah is one of my favorite authors, and I was surprised to find a book I had not read. Most of the characters were believable and the plot was engaging with a valuable lesson to contemplate. It especially spoke to me as I had had a similar experience with a first love. The book got 4 stars rather than the usual 5 because of the Rosa character. Addressing her son-in-law as " Dr. Liam" is ludicrous, plus there is no way they would have allowed her to live in apparent poverty, working two jobs, no matter how insistent she was to be independent. So, that was a distraction, but I loved the book anyway.