Most of us can trace the shape of our lives back to a physical place - a childhood home that played an enormous role in defining how we see ourselves and how we choose to make our way in the world. In Home, John Edwards has collected nearly sixty moving stories that reflect how these places, in many ways, are the blueprints of our lives. Home features uplifting, touching, and engaging narratives from all kinds of people across the country - everyday Americans with deeply inspiring stories share the pages with well-known figures from entertainment and religion, from politics and sports.
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"..an inspiring, myth-making journey through diverse lives sprung from a vast, ever changing America.- PW.
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