The dream of a life together is shattered when AD finds himself attending Mikee's funeral. He is overcome with grief. But Mikee's brief appearance in his life was not by chance; it was to trigger a spiritual awakening. With help from Mikee's family and friends, AD sets about piecing together Mikee's story. As he begins to discover life's lessons through Mikee's eyes, AD finds himself falling in love with an entire nation.
|Publisher:||Signal 10 Media Inc|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.64(d)|
Table of Contents"A deeply personal and beautifully crafted memoir." - Peter Moss (author of The Singing Tree)
"As AD battled grief, he emerged as a new person and while this is not easy to read, we learn something about dealing with loss." - Amos Lassen
"Grief is messy and won't be contained. You can try compartmentalizing it, but it will slop over the edges and splash on every surface until your life is soaked through. That's what happens in Ansh Das' memoir Always Forever, but Das also shows how things dry out and you learn to live with what you cannot control. " - Jerry Wheeler
"If there is a writing cure to the process of loss, Das models it effectively here... The social import of Das's work is particularly large: with so few memoirs detailing Asian queer relationships and even fewer still on this transnational scale, Always Forever stands as a pioneering publication." - Asian American Literature Fans
"It is the story of a family's strength in grief and the belief that the spirit of those who are beloved to us never truly leave us behind but are merely awaiting our arrival in the where that lies beyond." - The Novel Approach
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