A delightful, old-fashioned love story with a uniquely twenty-first-century twist, Landing is a romantic comedy that explores the pleasures and sorrows of long-distance relationships--the kind millions of us now maintain mostly by plane, phone, and Internet.
Síle is a stylish citizen of the new Dublin, a veteran flight attendant who's traveled the world. Jude is a twenty-five-year-old archivist, stubbornly attached to the tiny town of Ireland, Ontario, in which she was born and raised. On her first plane trip, Jude's and Síle's worlds touch and snag at Heathrow Airport. In the course of the next year, their lives, and those of their friends and families, will be drawn into a new, shaky orbit.
This sparkling, lively story explores age-old questions: Does where you live matter more than who you live with? What would you give up for love, and would you be a fool to do so?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ajlewis2 - LibraryThing
Like _Room_, this is not a fast-paced story. It is a slow unfolding of the long-distance relationship between two women and how they come to understand what really matters to them. I loved the slow ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - idiotgirl - LibraryThing
I read this to the end. But at some point it did seem to go on and on. About a long distance relationship. One in Ireland (mother originally from India) and one in Canada. Will the two women get together. Nice characterization. But I kept wondering why I cared. (Audible listen.) Read full review
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