Time Is A RiverBook - 2008
"Mia Landon travels to a mountain sanctuary in North Carolina, while she begins her recovery from breast cancer. There, in the cabin at Watkins Glenn, Mia discovers the long lost journal of a well-known fly-fisherwoman from the 1920s, Kate Watkins. Reading this journal coaxes an otherwise withdrawn Mia from her shell and gives her the desire to reconnect with the world around her. Enthralling, heartwarming, and moving, this novel captures the complexity of human connections - to the natural world, to each other, and to one's self."--Publisher.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Pocket Books, 2008
Characteristics: ix, 369 p