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384 pages, Hardcover
First published September 1, 2020
She understood that both life and death could be random, unnecessary—but she needed more from her mother’s story. And now that her mother was dead, Margot was no longer afraid of any truth.
Their decisions would always be scrutinized by the levels at which they were able to sacrifice themselves, their bodies, their pleasures and desires. A woman who imagined her own way out would always be ostracized for her own strength. Until one day they found each other by some kind of magic or miracle or grace—here now.
In this country, it was easier to harm someone else than to stay alive. It was easier to take a life than to have one. Was she finally an American?