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Daniel Aleman was born and raised in Mexico City. A graduate of McGill University, he currently lives in Toronto. INDIVISIBLE is his first novel.

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Indivisible

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 10 ratings — expected publication 2020
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THIS BOOK!!! It grabbed me from the first page and it didn’t let go, and now I’m just anxiously waiting for the rest of the world to read it because I desperately need to talk to someone about it.

‘The Lucky Ones’ is an exploration of loss
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I love this book so, so much.

THE LAST TRUE POETS OF THE SEA is the whole package. It’s funny, and sad, and quirky, and emotional, and everything I needed right now. I am amazed by Julia Drake and what she has created.
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“My gosh, Nick, why are you so wonderful to me?'

He was supposed to say: You deserve it. I love you.

But he said, 'Because I feel sorry for you.'

'Why?'

'Because every morning you have to wake up and be you.”
Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl

Arthur Golden
“Adversity is like a strong wind. I don't mean just that it holds us back from places we might otherwise go. It also tears away from us all but the things that cannot be torn, so that afterward we see ourselves as we really are, and not merely as we might like to be.”
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“Sometimes," he sighed, "I think the things I remember are more real than the things I see. ”
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Frances Mayes
“Where you are is who you are. The further inside you the place moves, the more your identity is intertwined with it. Never casual, the choice of place is the choice of something you crave.”
Frances Mayes, Under the Tuscan Sun

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“Do you know the most surprising thing about divorce? It doesn't actually kill you. Like a bullet to the heart or a head-on car wreck. It should. When someone you've promised to cherish till death do you part says "I never loved you," it should kill you instantly. You shouldn't have to wake up day after day after that, trying to understand how in the world you didn't know. The light just never went on, you know. I must have known, of course, but I was too scared to see the truth. Then fear just makes you so stupid.”
Frances Mayes, Under the Tuscan Sun




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