Waiting for the Moon

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Random House Publishing Group, 1995 - Fiction - 384 pages
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"Kristin Hannah is a superb storyteller."
--Kathe Robin
Romantic Times
Award-winning author Kristin Hannah creates her most spellbinding and compelling novel yet...a passionate tale of obsession, redemption, and the magic of true love.
WAITING FOR THE MOON
She doesn't remember who she is or how she came to the mansion on the isolated Maine coast. Lost in a strange world filled with even stranger faces, Selena finds comfort in a man whose eyes reflect her own aloneness.
He is Ian Carrick, a brilliant physician turned recluse, hiding from life in the anonymity of this small sanctuary, haunted by a telepathic gift that has destroyed his desire to heal.
Selena comes to him, the only person he's ever met who is immune to his psychic powers. A mesmerizing innocent, she turns his life upside down, bringing light into the darkness and laughter into the silence. For her, he begins to believe in life again, to believe in himself. And then a mysterious figure from the past arrives, threatening to destroy their glorious love and the fantasy world they have created together....

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A woman throws herself off the cliffs, hoping to commit suicide. She wakes up in an insane asylum, unable to remember anything about her past. I quickly grew bored with this book. I didn't ... Read full review

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A young woman attempts to commit suicide and is saved by Ian Carrick a reclusive Dr who is afraid to touch anyone due to his gift of sight through touch. She ends up losing her memory and while she ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1995)

Kristin Hannah's books have received numerous awards, including being named among the best books of the year by both Publishers Weekly and Library Journal. She lives in a small town in Washington state with her husband and son.

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