A Blind Man Can See how Much I Love You: Stories
Real people inhabit these pages, the people we know and are, the people we want to be and are afraid to be. With rare generosity and sublime wit, Amy Bloom takes us straight to the center of the lives of these people, in flawless prose that is by turns sensous, spare, heartbreaking, and laugh-out-loud funny.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - viviennestrauss - LibraryThing
I don't even know what I can say about this book to do it justice. Each story was so moving, some left me breathless, others like sharp talons were tearing at my heart. Read full review
A BLIND MAN CAN SEE HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU: StoriesUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A second collection of eight gritty, wisecracking, rudely contemporary urban stories from the Connecticut psychotherapist and highly praised author (Come to Me, 1993; Love Invents Us, 1997).Bloom ... Read full review