In the summer of 2001, acclaimed journalist Michael Ruhlman and his wife, Donna, bought a hundred-year-old house in one of Cleveland's oldest suburbs. Then they set about making it their own. As he recounts this emotional decision and the events that issued from it, Ruhlman moves us to consider what "home" means in a nation of vagabonds - why we long for a home of our own even as our culture urges us to hit the open road. Investing the details of home buying and renovation with drama worthy of a great novel, and patiently unraveling the complex relationships between a physical structure and the life of a family and the evolution of a marriage, House is a tour de force of journalism.
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