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Sitting Practice: A Novel

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 6 Ratings and 6 Reviews

Book Description
It only takes a moment for your life to be changed forever-as the characters of this darkly comic novel discover early on. The fateful moment for the newlyweds Ross and Iliana comes with the freak automobile accident that leaves Iliana paralyzed, Ross grief-stricken, and both of them struggling to come to terms with a married life nothing like they originally had in mind. As the usually affable Ro... More
Book Information
PublisherTrumpeter
BindingPaperback (9 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages336
ISBN-101590307038
ISBN-13978-1590307038
Publication Date06/09/2009
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About Caroline Adderson (Author) : Caroline Adderson is a published author. Published credits of Caroline Adderson include Sitting Practice: A Novel.
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5/25/2008 LitLinx Librarian said:
This book was reviewed in the May 18, 2008, Sunday NYT Book Review. On Monday I went to the local library and found the only copy in the system on the New Book shelves. I'm on page 42, and the writing has captivated me since the first sentence. I finished the book yesterday (Saturday, May 24). ... more

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