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12 May 2014

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Sarah

The Road Home is my all-time favorite book. It continues the events of 'Tis the Season. It helps to read the Echo Company books first, but you don't have to. All of the books are so well-written, but very realistic. It's not hard to see why Scholastic didn't keep them in print for long. That kind of story for young adults would be accepted now, but not back in the early 90s. It's great that the ebooks are available now, I paid $10-$15 for each used paperback.

Leila

I know that they have a very loyal & passionate following. Maybe I'll just start at the beginning and read them all! :)

Angie

Leeeiiiillllaaa. Why have you not read THE ROAD HOME yet??? You're making me sad.

I never say this, but I kind of lean toward the out of order on this one. It's just TRH is dinner. And it is such a treat going back after and tracking Michael's course in Vietnam and their meeting (of course). But. Read TRH first.

Leila

AND NOW I'M GETTING CONFLICTING ADVICE! OH, NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

Beth

I don't care what order you read them in, but you MUST read The Road Home! As soon as possible! It is SO FABULOUS.

Kate

The Road Home is one of my favorites too. I first read it in high school (almost 20 years ago), and I still think about it. Yes, yes definitely.

Claire

Oh my gosh, I can't believe you haven't read TRH yet! If you're an Ellen Emerson White fan, you will be beside yourself -- it's definitely her best one, I think. I agree with the out-of-order fans. The Echo Company books are good and if you already like the EEW flavor you'll appreciate them, but TRH is phenomenal.

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