“Camille Noe Pagán's debut novel is a powerful one about friendship, love and facing the past.” —American Way
“Pagán writes with both a subtle sense of humor and great wisdom about the power of friendship and the importance of forgiveness in her quietly compelling literary debut.” —Chicago Tribune
"Charming and original...a delightful story of friendship, love, and forgiveness while exploring the surprising ways lives are forever reshaped in the aftermath of tragedy."
-Beth Hoffman, author of Saving CeeCee Honeycutt
"[A] lively, thoughtful examination of a woman's rangles relationship with her closest friend....This book captivated me from the first page, and I couldn't bear to put it down."
-Sarah Pekkanen, author of The Opposite of Me and Skipping a Beat
"[A]n insightful exploration into the nature of friendship and self. This impressive debut is at turns funny, though-provoking, and achingly sad. It is (dare I say it?) unforgettable."
-J. Courtney Sullivan, author of Commencement
“… a beautiful book that weaves the story of two friends and how their friendship changes after one suffers a traumatic brain injury in a car accident.” —Glamour.com
“This page-turner with original, likable, empathetic characters and an identifiable theme will attract readers who enjoy intelligent novels about women's friendships.” —Library Journal
“Camille Noe Pagán’s debut sweeps the reader up and effortlessly carries them across decades of friendship, heartache, and pain. A poignant story of friendship and controlling your own destiny, The Art of Forgetting is simple, yet well rendered.” —New York Journal of Books
“Smart chick lit.” —SHAPE
“Pagán's dialogue is punctuated with piquant wit and snappy pop culture references, resulting in an upbeat, inspirational novel … A cathartic, thought-provoking story of unconditional friendship and the choices we make on the road to becoming who we're meant to be.” —Shelf Awareness
“This story of friendship and recovery is a must-read.” —Women's Health
“[An] unforgettable portrait of the ups and downs of friendship.” —Woman's World