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Coming Back To Me

by Caroline Leavitt

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Coming Back To Me by Caroline Leavitt
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    Apr 2001, 306 pages
    Sep 2003, 320 pages

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Caroline Leavitt is a master. Her control over her characters is something to watch; she creates people who are beautifully human, poetically flawed. This is a book to stay up all night reading, and then let your mind linger over a week later. This is not an easy read, to live for Leavitt is to be put through the ringer, but after the darkness--through the darkness--love is affirmed. You close the book with a happy sigh, you have experienced something in the pages and come out the better for it.
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