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Fly Away: A Novel

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Kristin Hannah

Narrated By: Susan Ericksen

Publisher: Macmillan Audio

Date: April 2013

Duration: 16 hours 5 minutes


Kristin Hannah's FIREFLY LANE became a touchstone novel in women's lives. Across the world, women embraced the story of Tully and Kate's enduring friendship. They laughed with Tully and cried with Kate and anguished over Tully's fractured relationship with her mother. Now, five years later, in FLY AWAY, Kristin Hannah returns to the world of these unforgettable characters and asks the question...
How do you hold yourself together when your world has fallen apart...
FLY AWAY is the story of three women who have lost their way and need each other-plus a miracle-to transform their lives.
An emotionally-complex, heartwrenching novel about love, family, motherhood, loss, and redemption, FLY AWAY reminds us that where there is life, there is hope and where there is love, there is forgiveness. Told with her trademark visceral storytelling and illuminating prose, Kristin Hannah reveals why she is one of the most beloved writers of our day.
Includes a Reading Group Guide Read by Kristin Hannah


  • Mona S

    Love this book!! Enjoyed it as much as I did Firefly Lane the first part. I wish there was a third!!

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  • Angie Teal

    I really liked Firefly Lane and wanted to like the follow-up novel just as much, but I didn't. The main reason is that 4 years the seemingly normal people still don't have their act together and totally fall apart... after 4 years!!! And the one person who was messed up before, Cloud/Dorothy, goes through rehab and reclaims her life. While the story is written well it contains a lot sad and bad events: domestic abuse, child molestation, drug and alcohol abuse, teenage depression. I really did not like Marah, the teenage daugther, in Firefly Lane and really started loathing her in this book. What a self-centered vapid twit. Dorothy's story was so sad it was almost too much to listen to, it broke my heart. But she really redeemed herself and became my favorite character in the book.