A few months ago I saw this book on Amazon and immediately added it to my wishlist.
The cover alone drew me and since it would not come out until June 2012 I eagerly awaited its debut .
Lucky for me the author contacted me and said "Hey! My book is coming out. Would you like to review it?" Umm.... heck yes!
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I received this beautiful book and I must say that I proudly carried it wherever I went as the cover is gorgeous.
I didn't carry it for long because I read it in two days.
I would have read it in one (I was so addicted) but I wanted to pace myself and not let it go so soon.
Don't you hate it when you finish a good book?
I get real lonely afterward.
The book is about a ballerina who loses her memory.
That's the short of it.
But more than that it is a book about relationships, the memory of them, the memories we create from them, and the way we are haunted by them for the rest of our lives.
It delves deep into the psyche of coping, what we chose (or do not chose) to remember,
and dealing with the past in a new light.
I ask you all, my dear friends:
Is there something in your life you would rather forget?
The Art of Forgetting comes out today!
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