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  • a loving and truthful sharing

    wonderful sharing of theimoact of huge loss. Sensitive fun and honest thank you Emily

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  • Weirdly compelling

    I chose this book because it refers to a dog.I didn't expect it to be about a woman's journey in her own self understanding. Being brought up in an unconventional family ,Emily appears to have very little sense of self worth relying on her sister Rachel for affirmation and unconditional love. As the title indicates,her immediate family members die,one after the other.Emily is forced to examine herself and to see how the world sees her.The dog doesn't make an entrance until the end . I understand the point the author is making but personally would have liked to have more about the dog and less introspection.

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