Moonface: A True Romance
“Angela Balcita's love story takes a couple of artsy wanderers off the road and into the bright, scary world of transplants, dialysis, and neonatal intensive care.” —Marion Winik, author of The Glen Rock Book of the Dead
From the pages of the New York Times’ Modern Love column comes one woman’s moving and uproarious story of how love and laughter rescued her from life-threatening illness. Angela Balcita’s cathartic memoir of finding love while wrestling with kidney failure will strike a chord with anyone yearning for a poignant, true-to-life romance…with a real fairy tale ending.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ImBookingIt - LibraryThing
Probably 4.5 stars, but I'm willing to round up.By far, the thing that sticks with me from Moonface is the author's voice. She has a way of writing that is funny without being comic, that makes her ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bookchickdi - LibraryThing
I remember reading the "Modern Love" column that inspired this terrific book and thinking, "Wow- that is true love!" When I heard that the column was expanded into a book, I had to read it. I have a ... Read full review