Maybe in Missoula

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Maybe in Missoula

Maybe in Missoula Annie announces she is giving up sex Her husband who runs a furniture store is suitably appalled Her decision sets in motion a quest to find her real place her real home maybe even her real love F

  • Title: Maybe in Missoula
  • Author: Toni Volk
  • ISBN: 9781569470077
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Annie announces she is giving up sex Her husband, who runs a furniture store, is suitably appalled Her decision sets in motion a quest to find her real place, her real home, maybe even her real love From her hometown of Butte, Montana where she grew up in the local bar her parents own, she takes her teenage son and heads for Idaho But something stops her Bound to theAnnie announces she is giving up sex Her husband, who runs a furniture store, is suitably appalled Her decision sets in motion a quest to find her real place, her real home, maybe even her real love From her hometown of Butte, Montana where she grew up in the local bar her parents own, she takes her teenage son and heads for Idaho But something stops her Bound to the big skies and the crisp scent of the pines, they end up in Missoula, where Annie reconnects with her husband s brother Paul, her first love There she examines her life her passionate attachment to these two brothers, always in competition with each other and for Annie s affections.

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    One thought on “Maybe in Missoula

    1. Jesse Blayne on said:

      Annie isn't perfect. She knows her own flaws. She weighs her flaws against those of the men she has loved - continues to love, even if that love is unconventional.I liked Annie. She's real and messed up and yet she keeps trying."Sometimes she worried that she didn't belong anywhere, that there was no place where she, Annie, would ever be at home. Then too, she worried that there really was such a place, that she might locate it and in doing so, find herself stuck."Maybe Annie's real lesson was l [...]

    2. Elizabeth on said:

      I enjoyed reading about Missoula and Butte. I could picture the setting much better, having actually been there. The story had a lot of threads come into it that weren't fully developed. It's like the author had lots of ideas about the character's mindset and couldn't decide which path to take.

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