To forgive and to heal

Posted: July 14, 2013 in Books, Reading
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Sights Unseen (1995) by Kaye Gibbons

Started/Finished Reading:
December 06, 2012 – May 28, 2013

2013-07-14 14.45.34“We were somehow able to get at the business of living without calling up ghosts. We let the past stay in the past.”

`Both forgiving and healing are true arts,” says Hattie Barnes, the narrator of Gibbons’s moving novel; readers will be thoroughly in thrall to her clear, true voice and to the poignant story she tells. In flashback, Hattie describes the summer and fall of 1967, when she was 12 and living in Bend of the River, N.C., and when her beautiful, psychotically volatile mother, Maggie, was temporarily committed to the psychiatric ward at Duke University.

- From Publishers Weekly. Click here to read.

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