This dazzling sequel to My Father's Moon explores a woman's painful reconstruction of her identity from the fragments of her memory. "Psychologically acute and penetrating, this is Jolley writing with masterful power".--Publishers Weekly.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SeriousGrace - LibraryThing
We don't really move forward chronologically in this "sequel" to My Father's Moon. When we last left Vera, she was a single mother dealing with her own overbearing mother. The story bounced between ... Read full review
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This book continues Vera Wright's story of her struggle as a single parent after WWII. It is builds on the previous "MY FATHER'S MOON", giving a greater insight into what happened to Vera after she ... Read full review