[AZW] ↠ Heaven Can Wait | BY ☆ Leonore Fleischer

Heaven Can Wait By Leonore Fleischer,

  • Title: Heaven Can Wait
  • Author: Leonore Fleischer
  • ISBN: 9780345276650
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • He wasn t ready for the ultimate touchdown in the sky It was a beautiful day His knee was better Joe was almost ready for the big game As he cycled home from the Malibu hills, a modest camper left the beach followed by an old Ford van filled with tanned, teenage surfers Joy riding, buzzed on wine, the van played at passing They were still jockeying for first as they eHe wasn t ready for the ultimate touchdown in the sky It was a beautiful day His knee was better Joe was almost ready for the big game As he cycled home from the Malibu hills, a modest camper left the beach followed by an old Ford van filled with tanned, teenage surfers Joy riding, buzzed on wine, the van played at passing They were still jockeying for first as they entered the tunnel.Pedaling easily, Joe entered from the opposite end Suddenly there was the screech of rubber, the scrape of metal, the shattering of glass When the van skidded out, Joe s bike lay mangled, riderless on the battered hood Was it over, or had it just begun Joe still got a lot to do and Heaven Can Wait
    Heaven Can Wait He wasn t ready for the ultimate touchdown in the sky It was a beautiful day His knee was better Joe was almost ready for the big game As he cycled home from the Malibu hills a modest camper left the

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    1. I had read this book back in 1978 after first seeing the Warren Beatty film and truly loving the movie I felt like re reading it again now Well, the book does not hold up but the movie still holds up and is one of the most enjoyable romantic comedies from the 70 s or any decade The book is like a lot of books that actually was written after the fact of the film being released and popular It was taken from the original screenplay by Elaine May, Warren Beatty, and Buck Henry Though the book was ac [...]

    2. I read this when I was in college Maybe it was because of the soundtrack that enticed me to read the novel after seeing the movie In the 80 s, there were many movies that deal with souls going back to earth for some unfinished business but this one was nice because of the lead actor I think it was Dustin Hoffman who was at the height of his popularity that time who died while cycling inside the tunnel not knowing that there was an incoming train I enjoyed reading the novel because it was short a [...]

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