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Publisher's Summary

A stunning debut novel about love and forgiveness, about the violence of memory and the equal violence of its loss - from O. Henry Prize-winning author Emily Ruskovich.
Ann and Wade have carved out a life for themselves from a rugged landscape in Northern Idaho, where they are bound together by more than love. With her husband's memory fading, Ann attempts to piece together the truth of what happened to Wade's first wife, Jenny, and to their daughters. In a story written in exquisite prose and told from multiple perspectives - including Ann, Wade, and Jenny, now in prison - we gradually learn of the mysterious and shocking act that fractured Wade and Jenny's lives, of the love and compassion that brought Ann and Wade together, and of the memories that reverberate through the lives of every character in Idaho.
In a wild emotional and physical landscape, Wade's past becomes the center of Ann's imagination, as Ann becomes determined to understand the family she never knew - and to take responsibility for them, reassembling their lives - and her own.
©2017 Emily Ruskovich (P)2017 Random House Audio
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By Donna on 01-14-17

suggested, yes

The blurb sold me. After I'd listened to a big part of this book, I was deeply involved with Ann, Wade, Ginny and the small mountain acreage. The crime shown itself and vanished, leaving before my questions were answered. Glimpses of it reappeared through out. We traveled back and forth for decades, the crime tantalizing but always leading me to read more... and I think it was never fully explained. But I did doze off while listening. And now I am going to listen to it again, or get the book. More literary pleasure than crime novel it is not for readers who like action and thrills. I loved it.

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By Alison K. Spaulding on 01-11-17

Couldn't get through it

Written so well, the imagery was wonderful. that's where the good part ends. The narrator is tough to take, her voice is grating and she makes some characters sound like they have mental disorders. I was so distracted by her voice I couldn't get through the book. By reading the reviews, I think I would have been disappointed anyway. As far as I got, nothing was making sense. Got three quarters of the way through, couldn't take it anymore.

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