"Kathryn Harrison is a wonderful writer…Spellbinding."
- The New York Times Book Review

"A juicy story of psychosexual suspence"
- The Wall Street Journal

"Shockingly complex
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Ha scritto il 06/10/06
Complex, multi-layered, fascinating novel
From an interview with the author:

"The novel began as an exploration of grief, from the point of view of a mother who had lost her child. I think writers often use fiction to explore what frightens them, and I can't imagine anything more annih

"The novel began as an exploration of grief, from the point of view of a mother who had lost her child. I think writers often use fiction to explore what frightens them, and I can't imagine anything more annihilating than the death of a child. In fact, it was impossible for me to get close enough to the mother's perspective, so I ended up trying on the father's role. I gave Will, the father, a twin because I've always found identical twins - the idea of another you - sinister in its implicit threat to identity, and from that point, the book accrued subplots, by means of an unconscious process I don't understand clearly enough to explain." ...Continua

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