A nine-year-old boy's story of growing up in Duluth whose mother died when he was three years old. The story of one family and every family, of a woman whose strength sustains her grandchildren through alcoholism, desertion, and death; and of a young man who fights his way to a new life of hope, peace, and love--P.  of cover.
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Review: Goodbye, GeraldineUser Review - John Haworth - Goodreads
Inside each and every one of us there is a story to tell. Some can tell their stories with ease while others never get out a word. Luckily for us, Robert Morgan has told his story in the wonderful ... Read full review
Review: Goodbye, GeraldineUser Review - Mik - Goodreads
In Goodbye, Geraldine, the reader has the opportunity to step into the shoes of Morgan throughout key sequences in his life. The reader experiences every emotion as if he or she felt it themselves ... Read full review
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