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A woman who shares her birthday with the Queen, Georgie is invited to the event, and drives herself toward the airport, only to end up at the bottom of a ravine, where her only companions are her own memories, as struggles to survive long enough for a rescue that won't likely know she is missing for a week.
I think that this audiobook was all the more moving and stirring due to the reader, who handled the voice of the 80 year-old woman with perfect cadence and tone. I happily meandered along with Georgie, all the while aware that she was lying at the bottom of a ravine, and doing everything she can - what little there is - to survive.
A book that reminded me in turns of "My Sister's Keeper" and "Clara Callan" both, "Remembering the Bones" is a beautiful story told in pieces. The ultimate ending, done deftly by Itani, left me satisfied.
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