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Table Of Contents

Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Seventeen
Chapter Eighteen
Chapter Nineteen
Chapter Twenty
Chapter Twenty One
Chapter Twenty Two
Chapter Twenty Three
Chapter Twenty Four
Chapter Twenty Five
Chapter Twenty Six
Chapter Twenty Seven
Chapter Twenty Eight
Chapter Twenty Nine
Chapter Thirty
Chapter Thirty One
Chapter Thirty Two
Chapter Thirty Three
Chapter Thirty Four
Chapter Thirty Five
Chapter Thirty Six
Chapter Thirty Seven
Chapter Thirty Eight
Chapter Thirty Nine
Chapter Forty
Chapter Forty One
Chapter Forty Two
Chapter Forty Four
Chapter Forty Five
Chapter Forty Six
Chapter Forty Seven
Chapter Forty Eight
Chapter Forty Nine
Chapter Fifty
Chapter Fifty One
Chapter Fifty Two
Chapter Fifty Three
Chapter Fifty Four
Chapter Fifty Five
Chapter Fifty Six
Chapter Fifty Seven
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TIL SUMMER'S END

TIL SUMMER'S END

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As Sarah announces she’s pregnant, Geology Professor Mark Kingsley retreats into silence --
their perfect marriage arrangement over. Still she remains until the doctoral acceptance letter from the University of Washington arrives. While Mark is on another hiking trip, Sarah moves out, his only
contact a monthly check.
In Seattle, work, graduate classes, motherhood and preparations for a return trip to West Africa
for her dissertation in ethnomusicology leave Sarah little time for remorse or to grieve her grandparents
recent tragic deaths.
Surely, a week on the Idaho family farm will rejuvenate her and give her time to reflect. On the
drive over, Sarah can almost hear the bacon sizzling in the cast iron skillet, taste her mother’s cinnamon
rolls. Mornings she’ll join her Dad on the porch to watch the sunrise above the Idaho wheat fields and
listen to the meadowlark’s song. Refreshed, she’ll leave Rachel with Mom and Dad, head back to
Seattle, play matron of honor in her best friend’s wedding then fly to Ghana for the summer. She and her
mother enjoy a shopping trip to Lewiston and reminisce while sorting through Grandma Myers’ hats.
Will Sarah’s perfect plans quickly unravel?
Her menopausal mother still mourns her parent’s loss, her recently married younger brother is
confrontational. Nightmares, unexplainable fatigue and a lengthy, soul-searching counseling session
leave her exhausted and struggling to wake and her best friend’s wedding hoopla is another reminder
she’s a pining, sorta-single mom.
In Ghana, fear and desperation pulse through her body with every drum beat. Exhaustion
overtakes her, frightening the family whose hut she shares. What’s wrong with Sarah?
‘Til Summer’s End, explores the interconnectedness of three generations -- the strain of birth,
death, aging, mental and physical illness and marriage -- to pull apart or bring together.
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As Sarah announces she’s pregnant, Geology Professor Mark Kingsley retreats into silence --
their perfect marriage arrangement over. Still she remains until the doctoral acceptance letter from the University of Washington arrives. While Mark is on another hiking trip, Sarah moves out, his only
contact a monthly check.
In Seattle, work, graduate classes, motherhood and preparations for a return trip to West Africa
for her dissertation in ethnomusicology leave Sarah little time for remorse or to grieve her grandparents
recent tragic deaths.
Surely, a week on the Idaho family farm will rejuvenate her and give her time to reflect. On the
drive over, Sarah can almost hear the bacon sizzling in the cast iron skillet, taste her mother’s cinnamon
rolls. Mornings she’ll join her Dad on the porch to watch the sunrise above the Idaho wheat fields and
listen to the meadowlark’s song. Refreshed, she’ll leave Rachel with Mom and Dad, head back to
Seattle, play matron of honor in her best friend’s wedding then fly to Ghana for the summer. She and her
mother enjoy a shopping trip to Lewiston and reminisce while sorting through Grandma Myers’ hats.
Will Sarah’s perfect plans quickly unravel?
Her menopausal mother still mourns her parent’s loss, her recently married younger brother is
confrontational. Nightmares, unexplainable fatigue and a lengthy, soul-searching counseling session
leave her exhausted and struggling to wake and her best friend’s wedding hoopla is another reminder
she’s a pining, sorta-single mom.
In Ghana, fear and desperation pulse through her body with every drum beat. Exhaustion
overtakes her, frightening the family whose hut she shares. What’s wrong with Sarah?
‘Til Summer’s End, explores the interconnectedness of three generations -- the strain of birth,
death, aging, mental and physical illness and marriage -- to pull apart or bring together.
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