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BookOfCinz BookOfCinz said: " Contemporary novel set in Barbados that centers a local family who owns a hotel… GIVE IT TO ME!

The Island of Forgetting is Jasmine Sealy’s debut novel and what am stunning debut this is! The novel starts out in Barbados in the 1960s and goes unti
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Liane Moriarty
“It sometimes seemed so peculiar and so wrong that you could be that intimate with someone, to go to sleep with him and wake up with him, to do really quite extraordinarily personal things together on a regular basis, and then, suddenly, you don't even know his telephone number, or where he's living or working, or what he did today or last week or last year.”
Liane Moriarty, The Hypnotist's Love Story

“The sick suffer alone, they undergo procedures and surgeries alone, and in the end, they die alone. Transplant is different. Transplant is all about having someone else join you in your illness. It may be in the form of an organ from a recently deceased donor, a selfless gift given by someone has never met you, or a kidney or liver from a relative, friend or acquaintance. In every case, someone is saying, in effect, “Let me join you in the recovery, your suffering, your fear of the unknown, your desire to become healthy, to get your life back. Let me bear some of your risk with you.”
Joshua Mezrich, How Death Becomes Life: Notes from a Transplant Surgeon

Kei Miller
“The stone that poor people born with, Irene. Is a stone that sit right on the top of our heads. The one that always stop we from rising”
Kei Miller, Augustown

Angie  Kim
“Having a special-needs child didn’t just change you; it transmuted you, transported you to a parallel world with an altered gravitational axis.”
Angie Kim, Miracle Creek

Angie  Kim
“Good things and bad—every friendship and romance formed, every accident, every illness—resulted from the conspiracy of hundreds of little things, in and of themselves inconsequential.”
Angie Kim, Miracle Creek

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