The End of Desire
A woman's ethereal tale of falling in love, and trying to wrestle with unrequited love. Eventually she is given the opportunity to erase her memory of past loves, and must decide if she will surrender or hold onto them. Written in diary like format, this novella is rife with the beauty and horror of life and love.
Kindle Edition, 67 pages
Published April 24th 2012
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Sheer brilliance. Imagine if Sylvia Plath, Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote sat down to write about the longings of the heart and the shadow side of love. Corrine De Winter's tour de force is a wild dance of imagery and words. In this brief but compelling diary, the writer conveys the true depths of passion, the awareness that comes when we are truly alive. Her words are an incredible gift; she simultaneously helps us to remember the deepest connections of our souls and sets free our jaded i...more