At 31, Ellen Barrett has already won a Pulitzer Prize. But sadly, her journalistic skills far surpass her ability to resolve a troubled family history. So she's less than eager to return home to Little Traverse Bay in Michigan for her father's funeral. Before long, Ellen realizes she must reopen old wounds for healing to begin.
Great Book| Posted September 05, 2011
i love this book. It was the third Karen Kingsbury book I read and one of my favorites. I like how it tells about all of the siblings, not just Ellen. It is a great story about a how a family deals after the death of the father.
Inspiring| Posted May 15, 2010
"Where Yesterday Lives" shows us how grief can draw us together. I thought the book was going to all about Ellen and Mike, but then they showed us all the brothers and sisters. I think Megan got the short shrift. Aaron's rage seemed a little over the top. Still, you'll be satisfied at the end.