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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 Sret du Qubec, has found a peace hed 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 doesnt 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 Gamaches help to find him. Having finally found sanctuary, Gamache feels a near revulsion at the thought of leaving Three Pines. "Theres 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 Qubec. 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....

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ISBN : 9781250022066
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Number of Pages : 373 pages
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The Long Way Home (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache #10) Reviews

  • ☮Karen


    The ending is a bit of a stunner. Without giving too much away, Peter and Clara's relationship is examined; but along the way so is the art world in depth, Gamache himself, the nine muses of Greek mythology, and the best scenery to be found in Canada.

    I always learn something from these books. The ending does open up the possibility for a change to come to Three Pines. Not the best in the series, but I'm hooked.

  • Kaye

    I've read an advance copy of Louise Penny's THE LONG


    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

  • Penny Watson

    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 more.

    This just went on and on...oy. And the ending...I can't even. It was so predictable and cheesy, I don't know what to

  • Obsidian

    Long story short, I forgot to post a review about this book when I read it right after book #9. I was too irritated to do much besides be super aggravated by the nonsense going on in the Armand Gamache series and this latest was just more of the same it seemed to me. The story was way too long and drawn out for the terrible payoff we get in the end. I was wondering about reading the next book in the series, and a friend said she thinks I will like that much better, so I will. But, I wanted to po ...more

  • Dona

    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 written and published. I hope it's not too long of wait!

  • Phrynne

    This is definitely not a book to read unless you have already read the preceding books and have come to know and love all the main characters. Without that attachment to the people in the story I think things might prove very slow and perhaps a bit too technical. My knowledge of art is slim and I did not warm to the endless discussion of the meanings of paintings at all!

    However I was gripped by the comings and goings of all of our favourites. There was lots of Ruth which is always a plus. Oh and

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  • Carolyn

    The previous book in this series How the Light Gets In was such a good finale to Chief Inspector Armand Gamache's career as Quebec's Head of Homicide, ending with his retirement to the little village of Three Pines that he has come to love so much where he can start to recover his physical and mental health. I couldn't imagine that a sequel featuring Gamache in retirement could be as good and postponed reading this book for a long time and unfortunately it does not live up to the rest of the ser ...more