And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer Characters

Fredrik Backman
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Grandpa

Grandpa is the husband of Grandma, the father of Ted, and the grandfather of Noah. Grandpa is hopeful despite his circumstances, optimistic to keep Noah’s spirits up, and is a kid at heart. Rational and fascinated by numbers, Grandpa does not believe in God –but his journey toward losing his memory and death has him reconsidering his belief as he experiences Grandma in the space between the past, the present, memory, and current reality. The light of Grandpa’s life is Noah, and it is Noah he keeps closest to him even when every day, his memory fades faster and faster. Eventually, Grandpa must be reminded of who Noah is before he remembers Noah. Grandpa’s struggles also come to bring Noah and Ted closer together.

Noah

Noah is the son of Ted, and the grandson of Grandpa. Noah is curious, inquisitive, and loving. The best parts...

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