“This is not a romance, or even just a heart-warmer. It’s a real love story, frank and particular. If you don’t like it, you don’t like love.” —Roy Blount, Jr.
“This is a story that should be read by all parents, both for what it teaches about the limits of love and the power of hope, and for the way it lets us see what it means to let our children go and lovingly watch and guard over them from a distance we cannot violate. . . . You will not soon forget Next Stop.” —Robert Bausch, author of A Hole in the Earth and The Gypsy Man
“A manual on what makes us human. Illuminating, inspiring, and at times heartbreaking. Brilliant.” —Jack McDevitt, Nebula Award–winning author of Firebird
“Remarkable.” —David Rowell, author of The Train of Small Mercies
About the Author
Glen Finland lives in the Washington, D.C., area with her husband, Bruce, and the youngest of their three adult sons, David. A former reporter and a freelance writer, she received her MFA from American University, where she has taught writing.