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Elizabeth McCracken
Birth date: January 01, 1966
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Blah, Blah, Blah, Book Blog
Blah, Blah, Blah, Book Blog rated it 7 months ago
Elizabeth McCracken writes, "This is the happiest story in the world with the saddest ending," and proceeds to tell a powerful story of life-changing loss, slow and painful healing and eventually, hope. She offers a new vocabulary for loss and thought-provoking ideas on how we deal with a stillborn ...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 5 years ago
hs This collection is not as good as the previous collection, though it does have slightly more international feel (several stories are translations). Despite the title, there is more than Greek mythology in play here as well. Perhaps because it is sadder, the term that Bernheimer us...
moving under skies
moving under skies rated it 5 years ago
Far too intense and personal to assign any sort of rating to--to judge this one by silly stars seems disrespectful to the incredibly painful subject matter. It's excellent, though; rarely am I as empathetically involved as I was with this memoir. Probably not a good book to read if you are or plan t...
M.W. Gerard
M.W. Gerard rated it 6 years ago
Please read my full review here (after Sept 26th)
demerson19
demerson19 rated it 7 years ago
Elizabeth McCracken's novel, Niagara Falls All Over Again, is the complete package: strong plot, well developed characters, and several story lines which tie together well. There are so many ways in which this novel could have gone wrong, the fact that MckCracken pulls it off is a testament to her s...
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