Wherever Lily Goes

Wherever Lily Goes

Wherever Lily Goes Wherever Lily Goes Terry Lovely isn t expecting any great rewards for her decision to uproot her family move halfway across the country and take care of her sister Lily who has Down Syndrome What Te

  • Title: Wherever Lily Goes
  • Author: Sherry Boas
  • ISBN: 9780983386612
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wherever Lily Goes Terry Lovely isn t expecting any great rewards for her decision to uproot her family, move halfway across the country and take care of her sister Lily, who has Down Syndrome What Terry will eventually discover, however, is that Lily will give than she will ever take, including a certain something Terry doesn t even know is missing.

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      Published :2019-09-14T05:00:29+00:00

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    Wherever Lily Goes is the second installment in the Lily Trilogy, penned by experienced journalist and fiction author Sherry Boas.In the first book, Until Lily, Ms. Boas introduces the reader to the trilogy's main character, Lily Eagan, born out of wedlock with Down syndrome. She and her two adopted siblings, brother Jimmy and sister Terry, are sent to live with Aunt Bev and Uncle Jack Greeley after the death of their mother Jennifer. Narrated from Aunt Bev’s point of view, we learn how the Ea [...]

    I loved the first book in this trilogy, Until Lily (see my review) so I grabbed this one when The Catholic Company offered it for review. While I enjoyed it, I found it more preachy and less well written than Until Lily. Terry's family consists of her and her husband, along with their three girls, the youngest of whom is about ten. The oldest is a troubled teen. When Lily needs a caretaker, Terry and her husband decide to uproot the family and move across the country to be with Lily, rather than [...]

    I agree with Ruth this is not quite as good as the first but still a good read. Looking forward to the third book

    Good, but not as good as the first in the trilogy. So much happened with little detail that it gave the story a jumpy feel.

    Good story but not as good as the first book in the series. More about Terry and less about Lily. Also does not pick up where the first story ends--the author skips a few years

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