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Seven Days of Us

A Novel

by Francesca Hornak

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Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak
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    Oct 2017, 368 pages

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A sharply observed debut novel about a family forced to spend a week together in quarantine over the holidays.

31 members reviewed Francesca Hornak's Seven Days of Us rating it an impressive 4.5 stars!

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We all have dreams of that perfect Christmas at home with our families and it never seems to quite happen as we'd like. Imagine being locked in the same house for seven days at Christmas with your immediate family whom you usually try to avoid at the holidays. That's just what happens in this wonderful novel about the Birch family (Susan R). Quarantined in their stately, historic country home in northern England for a week (Margie S), each individual has a secret or is misunderstood, and being together for a whole week forces them to confront their deep-seated feelings and redefine how they view each other (Julie M). It is a thoughtful book about relationships and family dynamics (Jan P), a lovely story about a family in crisis (Susan R).

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