The Long Way Home (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #10)

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  • Hardcover
  • 373 pages
  • The Long Way Home (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #10)
  • Louise Penny
  • English
  • 16 August 2018
  • 1250022061

The Long Way Home (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #10) Happily Retired In The Village Of Three Pines, Armand Gamache, Former Chief Inspector Of Homicide With The S Ret Du Qu Bec, Has Found A Peace He D Only Imagined Possible On Warm Summer Mornings He Sits On A Bench Holding A Small Book, The Balm In Gilead, In His Large Hands There Is A Balm In Gilead, His Neighbor Clara Morrow Reads From The Dust Jacket, To Make The Wounded Whole While Gamache Doesn T Talk About His Wounds And His Balm, Clara Tells Him About Hers Peter, Her Artist Husband, Has Failed To Come Home Failed To Show Up As Promised On The First Anniversary Of Their Separation She Wants Gamache S Help To Find Him Having Finally Found Sanctuary, Gamache Feels A Near Revulsion At The Thought Of Leaving Three Pines There S Power Enough In Heaven, He Finishes The Quote As He Contemplates The Quiet Village, To Cure A Sin Sick Soul And Then He Gets Up And Joins Her.Together With His Former Second In Command, Jean Guy Beauvoir, And Myrna Landers, They Journey Deeper And Deeper Into Qu Bec And Deeper And Deeper Into The Soul Of Peter Morrow A Man So Desperate To Recapture His Fame As An Artist, He Would Sell That Soul And May Have The Journey Takes Them Further And Further From Three Pines, To The Very Mouth Of The Great St Lawrence River To An Area So Desolate, So Damned, The First Mariners Called It The Land God Gave To Cain And There They Discover The Terrible Damage Done By A Sin Sick Soul.

10 thoughts on “The Long Way Home (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #10)

  1. Kaye says:

    I ve read an advance copy of Louise Penny s THE LONG WAY HOME.Then I sat down to write my own pitiful version of a review.But instead, I did what I sometimes do But only with books that have touched me deeply I turned back to page one and read it a second time.But I m still having a very difficult time writing a review for this book.Mostly, I think, because I m so lacking in review writing skills, but also because many of you might find my words empty and false I think I have said every sing I ve read an advance copy of Louise Penny s THE LONG WAY HOME.Then I sat down to write my own pitiful version of a review.But instead, I did what I sometimes do But only with books that have touched me deeply I turned back to page one and read it a second time.But I m still having a very difficult time writing a review for this book.Mostly, I think, because I m so lacking in review writing ...

  2. MJ says:

    Louise , you ve let us down What a weak excuse for a book There is no mystery here, there is just blathering on, and then uncovering something in the last pages I have LOVED Armand and Jean guy, and they were UNDER UTILIZED I am no light weight when it comes to this author I have read the entire series at least 2x This book is in an entirely different category from the past mysteries There was a lot of fluff and filler in this book, all the stuff that I put up with in the other books beca Louise , you ve let us down What a weak excuse for a book There is no mystery here, there is just blathering on, and then uncovering someth...

  3. Penny Watson says:

    I m not sure how to rate this It has Penny s wonderful writing, colorful characters, insightful comments about human nature, and awesome humor However, the storyline just dragged, especially in the middle of the book.Let s look at some paintings.Let s look at them again.Let s turn them upside down and look at them.Let s tack them to the wall and look at them.Let s look some .This just went on and onoy And the endingI can t even It was so predictable and cheesy, I don t know what to I m not sure how to rate this It has Penny s wonderful writing, colorful characters, insightful comments about human nature, and awesome humor However, the storyline just dragged, especially in the middle of the book.Let s look at some paintings.Let s look at them again.Let...

  4. Kaceey says:

    With a heavy heart I have to admit that this was not my favorite Louise Penny book I ve read other reviews that said the same thing I just hoped that I would see it differently, that I would love it as much as her prior books that essentially took my breath away But alas, I have to agree with everyone, it was just wasn t the same Let s start with the positive Louise Penny introduces each character with such depth that you feel that you know them, no matter how small a role that character With a heavy heart I have to admit that this was not my favorite Louise Penny book I ve read other reviews that said the same thing I just hoped that I would see it differently, that I would love it as much as her prior books that essentially took my breath away But alas, I have to agree with everyone, it was just wasn t the same Let s start with the positive Loui...

  5. Janet says:

    Oh Louise, you are a sly one You begin your latest Gamache novel in the rural, serene setting of Three Pines Humor is liberally sprinkled along with mouthwatering descriptions of the frequent meals enjoyed by all I soon felt like I was hanging out with good friends, having a great time, sitting around and shooting the breeze But wait, there sThis is a mystery novel, one written by you, crafty Louise Penny So it is not long before dark undercurrents are felt A sense of unease surface Oh Louise, you are a sly one You begin your latest Gamache novel in the rural, serene setting of Three Pines Humor is liberally sprinkled along with mouthwatering descriptions of the frequent meals enjoyed by all I soon felt like I was hanging out with good friends, having a great time, sitting around and shooting the breeze But wait, there sThis is a mystery novel, one written by you, crafty Louise Penny So it is not long before dark undercurrents are felt A sense of unease surfaces and before I can finish longing for my own fresh croissant and caf au lait I find myself pondering big moral questions In this case, it s whether there is anyone I would kill if I could do it from a distance, without having to face them If it was as simple as pushing a button, are there any circumstances in which I could see myself reaching out and pressing down I m not going to summarize the plot, because I don t want to give away too much and I m too lazy to do it after re...

  6. Christina says:

    I love Louise Penny s novels but I didn t think this one was as good as some of the others The plot seemed thin because it lacked, I felt, thelayered plots of her previous novels Since Gamache is retired we don t have the added tensions of his fight within the Surete while trying to solve a murder or the complications of the characters who work for him.I found Penny s writing style started to grate on me a bit the fragmented sentences, repetition and alliteration plus her habit of sayin I love Louise Penny s novels but I didn t think this one was as good as some of the others The plot seemed thin because it lacked, I felt, thelayered plots of her previous novels Since Gamache is retired we don t have the added tensions of his fight within the Surete while trying to solve a murder or the complications of the characters who work for him.I found Penny s writing style started to grate on me a bit the fragmented sentences, repetition and alliteration plus her habit of saying one idea followed by it s direct opposite for impact perhaps because the bones of the writing weren t as well fleshed with plot and were thereforenoticeable I also thought there was too much listing of food cho...

  7. Margitte says:

    A perfectly appropriate title I am not sure why Clara s relationship with her husband, Peter, has been kept as one of the final moments of this series While Three Pines are back in the picture, my honest impression was that the author ran out of steam The tedious, extremely slow moving plot, encompassing the inner workings of the art world, was presentedlike a never ending travel journal of a group of friends, promoting tourism in Canada It lost me within the first ten chapters of the b A perfectly appropriate title I am not sure why Clara s relationship with her husband, Peter, has been kept as one of the final moments of this ser...

  8. DL says:

    I m not sure what has happened to this series It s gone from being an engaging mystery series with a great deal of hidden insight to false insight being crammed in at every other line This book made me tired I fi...

  9. Kathy says:

    A Love Letter to Louise No Spoilers I want to thank you for yet another thrilling, engaging, thoughtful, and moving book I found your prose so graceful certainly not breathy as one reviewer labeled it Really, tsk tsk that on many occasions I stopped to re read paragraphs, just for the sheer beauty of the work.I was moved by the love you have for your country It shines so brightly in this wo...

  10. Dona says:

    Hurry up August 26, 2014 Can t wait to read it Finally It s here and I m starting it today Can t wait to start it, but already hate that it will have to end.I finished reading it and was not disappointed A great story Now I have to wait for number 11 to be writte...