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Split by Suzanne Finnamore
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Oct 10, 10

bookshelves: memoir
Read in June, 2008 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Several years ago, I read Suzanne Finnamore's novel about getting married, Otherwise Engaged, and kind of assumed it was autobiographical. We got the beginning of the story with that book, and now, with this memoir, we get the end of the story.

To be honest, in this book Finnamore seems rather pathetic and certainly petty, but I suppose we all would if placed in a similar situation. She somehow does manage to describe and give voice to a lot of emotions that seem as if they'd be hard to put into words, so ultimately I was impressed by this book.
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Suzanne Finnamore
“Much like trains in India, grief is a circular, irrational process with no discernible rhythm or timetable. Here it comes, there it goes.”
Suzanne Finnamore, Split: A Memoir of Divorce


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