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Reviewed by Kristy Vee for Readers' Favorite
Med student Sharon can’t seem to shake the haunting memories of her Baba and what happened that fateful day, despite all she’s done to move on with her life and make a difference in the world. Just when the gnawing pain in her heart couldn’t get worse, she gets a call from Nai that will change her life and her already torn apart family’s life forever. Her rock, her other half, her precious twin brother Jared is gone. As she heads back home to California to deal with the aftermath of this gut-wrenching loss, she’s flooded with memory after memory of the past. As she struggles to cope, she overhears a conversation between her mother and Nai and discovers a whole new way of looking at her family, herself, and the bonds of love, healing, and hope.
All The Way Home by Felicia Hsu is a touching story of familial bonds and how deeply they can affect one’s life when there are many unanswered questions and a need for closure. All The Way Home is well-written, finely paced, and the author writes in such a way that you can’t help but get attached to the characters. My favorite is intelligent, sensitive Sharon who hasn’t lost her compassion for others despite the raw pain she carries in her heart and I found myself genuinely rooting for this family. Also, I like how the author gave Jared such a likable, strong voice within the story even though he had passed away. You can definitely feel the love and bond between the twins throughout the book. It was a pleasure reading this book. Five stars.