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The Ghost at the Table by Suzanne Berne
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Aug 08, 2010

really liked it
Read in August, 2010

This is a well-written story about sisters and how different life can be for two children raised in the same house. Two sisters and their father spend Thanksgiving together for the first time in years and the differing ways they experienced their family lives clash, resulting in seismic shifts. I've been disappointed lately in the ways books end -- all too often they are too fairy-talish or predictable. This book has a satisfying end that reflects the complexity of family dynamics.

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Marla This looks interesting, and strikes a nerve with me.

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