Life After Life: A Novel - Joanna, Notes About Lois Elizabeth Malcolm Flowers, Lois Flowers, C.J. (Carolina Jessamine), Sadie, Joanna, Notes about my Dad: Curtis Edward Lamb, Curtis Edward Lamb Summary & Analysis

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Joanna Lamb, a hospice volunteer at the Pine Haven Retirement Home, is at the bedside of Lois Flowers, a resident who is near death. Lois had been one of the home's most vital residents, a classy woman who loved fashion and old ballads. Joanna keeps a notebook with an entry of all the people she sits with in order to remember them properly. She started keeping the book when her husband, Luke, was dying and he declared that everybody deserves at least a page. Joanna has had a lot of transitions in her life but she finally feels free now that her parents are both gone. Joanna wasn't around when her mother died but she was with her father when...

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