Sara Sligar

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Author of TAKE ME APART (MCD / FSG), my debut novel.

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Take Me Apart

3.68 avg rating — 3,247 ratings — published 2020 — 13 editions
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The All-Night Sun by Diane Zinna
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Sara Sligar and 30 other people liked Michelle's review of The All-Night Sun:
The All-Night Sun by Diane Zinna
"Diane Zinna's The All-Night Sun is one of the most haunting and beautifully written books I have ever read. And let me just put this out there: I will be buying this book because I need to have that cover in my book collection.

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Sara Sligar and 26 other people liked Ellen's review of The All-Night Sun:
The All-Night Sun by Diane Zinna
"I was fascinated by this debut novel. Yes, it's about grief and loneliness, but it's also an exploration of the limits of memory, and the stories we tell ourselves to get through the night. As the main character becomes involved in her friend's world" Read more of this review »
The All-Night Sun by Diane Zinna
"The All-Night Sun is a testament to the power of storytelling. In much the same way that she pursues her emptiness across an ocean, the rawness of Lauren’s pain will have readers chasing her through the pages. The lies she tells herself—and others—ab" Read more of this review »
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The Third Rainbow Girl by Emma Copley Eisenberg
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Beautifully written with great wisdom and sensitivity, this book brings together several genres -- true crime, regional history, and memoir -- to create something new and exciting. The book is about the 1980 murder of two women, but in addition to ex ...more
Sara Sligar voted for Miracle Creek as Best Debut Novel in the Semifinal Round of the 2019 Goodreads Choice Awards.
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Temporary by Hilary Leichter
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This book is just delicious! It is a cartwheel in book form, a mint julep with Pop Rocks, a squeegee gem of neon proportions! It’s about a temp worker who bounces between a variety of surreal jobs, encountering all kinds of strange obstacles and frie ...more
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Back Talk by Danielle Lazarin
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You Will Never Be Forgotten by Mary South
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“I think I believed him just because he said I was different. Men do that. They separate us from the pack. And we are grateful, because the pack is a dangerous place to be.”
Sara Sligar, Take Me Apart

“Men are always better at being crazy. Better at being forgiven. The blood on their hands can be real, not imagined. They can be bought and sold and still no one thinks they are owned.”
Sara Sligar, Take Me Apart

“I didn’t know fear before. I didn’t know how it could shape you. Make you do things you didn’t want to do. I didn’t know how it lives in you like dye, like a stain that will never come out. How it works its way through you until your blood is made of it, until it is fear that pushes oxygen through your veins, fear that pumps your heart, open and shut, open and shut. The fear has no subject. It has no ground. It has only me, and some days it eats me alive.”
Sara Sligar, Take Me Apart

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