Waterville, ME : Large Print Press, c2004
532 p. (large print) ; 22 cm ISBN/ISSN:
9780001197510 (lg. print )(mcn prebind), 159413023X (lg. print : sc : alk. paper), 0786245972 (lg. print : hc : alk. paper), 9780786245970 (lg. print : hc : alk. paper), Language:
Also published: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2002. 511 p.
Brutally raped and murdered by a deceptively mild-mannered neighbor, Susie begins with a compelling description of her death. During the next ten years, she watches over her family and friends as they struggle to cope with her murder. She observes their disintegrating lives with compassion and occasionally attempts, sometimes successfully, to communicate her love to them. Although the lives of all who knew her well are shaped by her tragic death, eventually her family and friends survive their pain and grief. In [this novel], Susie continues to grow emotionally. She learns that human existence is "the helplessness of being alive, the dark bright pity of being human feeling as you went, groping in corners and opening your arms to light all of it part of navigating the unknown." -Library Journal
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