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From the beginning I am in tears, so deeply does this small novel reach into the hidden places of my heart.
Though less surreal and playful than Madeleine, the two also share a highly poetic prose, and both display a strong talent for language, if not story or character.
The plot was difficult to follow because the main character moved from one location to another without a smooth transition.
I had ordered the Kindle version of this book and was really excited to read it, but so disappointed. Read more
While reading this, I suffered from a keen sense of déjà vu.
"Now where have I come across similar prose? Read more
Her father dead from a mysterious car accident, her mother sent to a sanatorium, ten-year-old Alice Fivey continues to experience life as a series of disappointments and occasional... Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by D. Cloyce Smith
As a prose poem Florida is a success. I never would have thought I'd be a fan of the form.
It was spare, unsentimental, but moving, even heartbreaking. Read more