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Wednesday, May 13, 2015



"Your father is only your father until one of you forgets." True, and yet not true. I am back on the hold list for this.


I absolutely adored this book too and did not want to put it down the whole time I was reading it. The beautiful writing, the haunting story, it was all perfect for me. I had avoided Ishiguro because I knew his books were sad but now I cannot wait to read more of him.

michelle t

Your last paragraph, you're a memory keeper/scrapper, no? :) You put into words how I feel. That I want to remember all of it, every bit of it.

Anyway, sorry about that, thanks for sharing your opinion about the book. I'm sort of stuck going back and forth between two parenting books. On top of that my attention span isn't what it used to be. But I'll keep this book in mind, as it interests me. Thanks. Michelle t

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