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The Art of Seeing

The Art of Seeing

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by Cammie McGovern

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As a child, the flamboyant, brooding, and beautiful Rozzie was always the star of her family — especially in her younger sister Jemma's eyes. So when Rozzie takes up acting and, as a teenager, wins a part in a major motion picture, life changes irrevocably for both sisters. Rozzie is catapulted into the chaotic adult world of celebrity while Jemma travels to

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Art of Seeing 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
wheeze More than 1 year ago
A book I expected to be dark and full of hate, turned into a book of hope and despair. The tale of Jemma and Rozzie is something everyone can relate to. The tale of of the older sister/younger sister. They both feel it. Yet once Rozzie is hit with becoming completely blind, there lives turn completely around and start to realize the important things around them.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The charm, wit, and wisdom of this novel really caught me by surprise and before I knew it, I couldn't stop reading. The sisters are faraway-close to each other in a way that seemed completely real but also intriguing. The issue of blindness never becomes maudlin and the entire work sustains a sense of humor that is both deadpan and laugh-out-loud funny. I missed the world of this book when I finished it. I can't recommend it enough!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This wonderful book draws you in from the opening page and doesn't let you go. I was constantly amazed at Ms. McGovern's seemingly effortless ability to weave together the smallest details and observations until they add up to something moving and even astounding. The way these two complex and incredibly well-drawn sisters know each other and at the same time refuse to know each other - and themselves - is both maddening and remarkably true to life. Perhaps the most brilliant turn of all here is the ending - not contrived or sensationalist but deeply, movingly satisfying.
Elizabeth12 More than 1 year ago
It is different from any other books that i've read. 100percent recomened it!! Hope ya'll enjoy it as much as i did!!! ;D