A Place to Die

A Place to Die

E.D. Martin / Jul 18, 2019

A Place to Die When Libby spends a summer helping out at her mom s bed and breakfast turned hospice she doesn t expect to spend her time babysitting someone like Mr Calloway a young vibrant financial planner with

  • Title: A Place to Die
  • Author: E.D. Martin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 479
  • Format: ebook
  • When Libby spends a summer helping out at her mom s bed and breakfast turned hospice, she doesn t expect to spend her time babysitting someone like Mr Calloway a young, vibrant financial planner with a mischievous streak But Mr Calloway is sicker than he seems, something neither he nor his family want to acknowledge Can Libby help him accept his fate without losing hWhen Libby spends a summer helping out at her mom s bed and breakfast turned hospice, she doesn t expect to spend her time babysitting someone like Mr Calloway a young, vibrant financial planner with a mischievous streak But Mr Calloway is sicker than he seems, something neither he nor his family want to acknowledge Can Libby help him accept his fate without losing her heart

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    About "E.D. Martin"

      • E.D. Martin

        ED Martin is a writer with a knack for finding new jobs in new places Born and raised in Illinois, her past incarnations have included bookstore barista in Indiana, college student in southern France, statistician in North Carolina, economic development analyst in North Dakota, and high school teacher in Iowa She draws on her experiences to tell the stories of those around her, with a generous heaping of what if thrown in.She currently lives in Illinois where she job hops while working on her novels.Her debut novel, The Lone Wolf, was published by Evolved Publishing in Dec 2013.


    330 Comments

    1. Well written short story. Very sensitive, believable plot, quite thoughtful about how to keep the dignity of life when it ends. I recommend this author, I'm convinced to read more by her.


    2. Don't be deceived by the apparent gloom of the title. This is a certainly a serious tale, but it's full of life and not short on humour, even though it's clear that one of the main characters has little time to live. Libby is taken up by puckish Mr Calloway almost from the start, and it's impossible not to be involved in her quest to discover more about him and how he happens to be in her family's hospice. The finely wrought structure implies that Libby will learn as much about herself as she do [...]


    3. E.D.Martin's A Place To Die is a poignant, coming of age tale. The narrator, a young college student, is asked to 'babysit' a cantankerous man, dying of some unspecified illness. Over the summer months she learns to look beyond the surface, and by the end of this carefully-crafted story she goes from refusing to accept his inevitable death to letting him go. Her mother tells her, "You gave him his dignity. You helped him stay a person, not a patient.”


    4. What a lovely short story, this is the first book I have read by the author E.D.Martin, and it deserves the 5 stars I've given. I don't like leaving spoilers as I believe everyone should experience novels themselves. What I will say is the author managed to transport me to the main characters home, the dining room, the beach. I felt the emotions, the anticipation, the hope, the betrayal, the strength, the love of the people involved in the story, it made me cry. It made you think, would you be s [...]



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