People I Wanted to Be

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Portobello Books, 2006 - Short stories, American - 224 pages
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From the Russian couple haunted by the ghosts of children they never had, to the twin sisters brought up in the shadow of the funeral home run by their parents in the American suburbs, this collection of stories by Gina Ochsner takes the universe we know and shows us how it might be.

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User Review  - Mark Oppenlander - Goodreads

I am somewhat conflicted about this book. Gina Ochsner is a supremely gifted writer and I really liked her previous collection of stories, "The Necessary Grace to Fall," a good deal. I also have a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

I am abandoning this book too. It is leaning towards a type of magical realism I do not relish. Read full review

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