Perilous Voyage

By: Wertenbaker, Lael

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An elderly woman, unable to move or speak, asks herself the terrifying question: Can her life have any meaning? Her mind is anything but paralyzed. She relives the past in vivid flashes as she tries to confront crucial questions about her own existence. Her doctor finds her absorbingly interesting, and with the help of her only grandchild, breaks through his patient's sealed-off world, lending perspective to her passionate inquiry. The maroon cloth book is fine, no wear or marks. The jacket has shelf wear at the bottom, marks on the front, and a 1 1/2" vertical tear in the back. The spine bottom is worn, the top chipped in four places. The back flap has a 1" tear along the fold, with another 1 1/2" closed tear further down. The front flap has a 1/2" closed tear along the fold. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

Title: Perilous Voyage

Author: Wertenbaker, Lael

Categories: Family,

Edition: Stated First Edition

Publisher: Boston, MA, Little Brown And Company: 1975

ISBN: 0316931225

ISBN 13: 9780316931229

Binding: Hard Cover, Cloth

Book Condition: Fine in Fair dust jacket

Seller ID: 000299

Keywords: Elderly Society Women Humor Fiction General First Edition War,