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Cabbage Requiem

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 13 Ratings and 13 Reviews

Book Description
Cabbage Requiem captures the indomitable spirit of George Konert. He is a bitter widower, waiting to die. What's left of his life is defined by the crops he raises in his vegetable garden. When he is plagued by a glut of cabbage, his deceased wife advises him to give his produce away. George is alternately irascible, and considerate, grumpy and lighthearted, but always a man fully alive. Whether b... More
Book Information
PublisherHelm Publishing
BindingKindle Edition (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages291
Publication Date05/21/2007
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About R. L. Paul (Author) : R. L. Paul is a published author. Published credits of R. L. Paul include Cabbage Requiem and Cabbage Requiem.
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10/5/2008 Dianne Helm said:
George Konert’s once rich life is ending on a bitter note. He is estranged from his friends and neighbors, his wife is dead and his two daughters are distant and have not produced the grandchildren he longs for. A glut of cabbage from his garden becomes the catalyst that transforms him from an a... more

tags: I recommmend this book to people who love happy endings

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