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By KathleenMartin | Comments: ( 817 ) | Date: ( Jun 02, 2020 )

The Halleluiah Baby by Kathleen Martin is a soul searching tale that grapples with life s toughest questions.Treez McDuffy is a recently retired single woman who leaves everything she s known for 60 years to travel with an adopted dog aptly named Guido What starts off as a trip to the Badlands of South Dakota veers dramatically off course as she encounters people and evenThe Halleluiah Baby by Kathleen Martin is a soul searching tale that grapples with life s toughest questions.Treez McDuffy is a recently retired single woman who leaves everything she s known for 60 years to travel with an adopted dog aptly named Guido What starts off as a trip to the Badlands of South Dakota veers dramatically off course as she encounters people and events, both natural and supernatural, that steer her in a whole new direction She is challenged in ways she has never experienced before, an odyssey of rebirth and self discovery.

  • Title: The Halleluiah Baby
  • Author: KathleenMartin
  • ISBN: 9781517079048
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback

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NOVELSTHE STARS ARE MADE OF TEARSTHE HALLELUIAH BABYPENNY MAYBE TELEVISION EACH MAN S SON TEAM SPIRIT I LL NEVER GET TO HEAVEN Two hour teleplay produced by the C.B.C Aired January 3lst l993 and April 23, 1995 Currently being aired in the U.S by Trio and has received numerous other international broadcastsLMTHE MERRY WOMEN OF SHERWOOD PARKSTAGE LEARN BY HEART ACEPLACES OF WAITING AWARDS Best Screen writing Award from the Film Council of Greater Columbus, Columbus, Ohio, for I ll Never Get to Heaven Presented at the 4lst Columbus International Film and Video Festival, October 28, l993 Play writing competition awards for Ace and House of Isabel , sponsored by Smile Company, Toronto, through the Ontario Arts Council, l980, l982.National Play writing Competition award for Places of Waiting sponsored by Fireweed, l979MINATIONS Best Writing in a Dramatic Program or Mini Series for I ll Never Get To Heaven , 1994 Prix Gemini Awards, Toronto, Ontario I ll Never Get to Heaven also garnered five other Gemini nominations Best, T.V Movie, Producer, Flora Macdonald , Best Actress Wendy Crewson , Best Actress in a Supporting Role Susan Wright , Best Costume Design Francis Dafoe Best Production Design or Art Direction Perri Gorrara and Ane Christensen Received the Gemini Award Martinkathleen54 gmail

Comments The Halleluiah Baby

  • R.E. Hargrave

    Full review to be posted during blog tour at rehargrave on Dec. 9.*I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review*I’m not sure how to approach this review, so please pardon me if I get to rambling. By no means was this a bad, or even ‘just average’ book. It is well-written, and without a doubt takes the reader on quite the ride. Told from the main character’s point of view, Treez, The Halleluiah Baby opens while she wistfully observes a flock of migrating geese — and she decides t [...]

  • M.B.

    review to follow as part of blog tour

  • Erinn Hill

    *I received this book for free through a Giveaway.*The Halleluiah Baby was a quick an interesting read. I found the main character, Treez, to be relatable and hilarious and intriguing, and I enjoyed the fact that much of the story is her introspection about her life and trying to recreate herself. I liked the writing style and I found myself highlighting quite a few quotes I really liked. I think Kathleen Martin has a talent for writing and for character development.The only "complaints" I have [...]

  • Gayle

    Treez who recently retired feels like she has no purpose in life anymore. She has tried many things before like writing, photography, painting, etc. which she gave up on shortly after finishing the how-to classes. With nothing to keep her going she falls into a slump. She plans to travel to the Badlands and live life day to day. She adopts a dog and takes off on her trip where she finds people who seem to give her a purpose in life. She makes many discoveries during this adventure and at the end [...]

  • Barbara

    Treez is close to retirement and is having a lot of issues and problems in her life, and decides to go on a long road trip to see where it might lead her. Very much a soul searching trip (actually more of a wild ride) that keeps you flying by the seat of your pants as one event after the other happens. You learn a lot about Treez's past and her deepest concerns and worries. I found this book very well written and very engaging with great character development. I didn't want it to end! I hope thi [...]

  • Marissa

    Win CopyThis is about a recently retired woman who goes on a journey seeking answers on what to do next in her life.She finds herself going a road trip to find her mom. But along the way, she meets various people who lives are different than her and they need to runaway from their situation.It is a short but interesting read that keeps moving at a steady pace. A coming to term story about taking charge of life .

  • Mary Nee

    Story about some tough questions you should ask yourself.

  • Elizabeth

    *I received a copy of this book through a GoodReads giveaway*Treez has recently retired from her forty year job at the mine, and is stuck firmly in the swirling vortex that is depression. Living alone in her cheap apartment she bounces around rock bottom when she suddenly finds support and inspiration in the strangest places. Whether a flock of geese disrupting her daily routine of a slow suicide by cigarettes and wine or a young woman's voice on the telephone support line which may be, if only [...]

  • Sheralee

    This was a giveaway and a very quick read. It’s a well written story and sucks you into the main characters depression and search for self. I really wish it was longer, more detailed. It seemed to be rushed. Too much detail for a short story, not enough detail for a novel. I would really like the author to develop this story into a great novel I think it could be done and I would read it.

  • Kathleen Martin

    Official Review: The Halleluiah Baby by Kathleen MartinPost Number:#1 by Tanaya » 10 Aug 2015, 18:32[Following is the official OnlineBookClub review of "The Halleluiah Baby" by Kathleen Martin.]Book Cover3 out of 4 starsReview by TanayaShare This Review1The Halleluiah Baby by Kathleen Martin is a soul-searching tale that grapples with life’s toughest questions.Theresa “Treez” McDuffy just turned sixty. Her retired lifestyle adds to the feeling that she has no purpose. She lives in a singl [...]

  • Sandra

    A very short book but somewhat interesting. A 60 yr. old woman sells everything, gives up her apt. and adopts a dog and precedes to head out for a road trip. To see the Badlands of South Dakota. Knows nothing about dogs so I quickly realize the dog has more sense than she does. She meets quite a few characters along the way but there isn't enough depth in any of them. The book should have been a little longer and told us some more about all those people she met!

  • Brittany

    This was a super short book, which made it a very quick read. The main character is interesting and the writing style is easy to read. This was my first book by Kathleen Martin and I very much enjoyed it.

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