After several years of writing a regular column about the despair, anger and confusion she felt after the death of her only child, Marie Levine weaves the story of her own bereavement into a collection of essays, poems and writings that chronicle her own surviving mother's journey. As a nightmarish reality envelops her, Marie describes the ultimate restoration of hope and healing as she learns to live a whole new life she could never have imagined. This book has become a "classic" in the genre of bereavement - particularly regarding the loss of a child.
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About the Author
Marie and her husband divide their time between Manhattan and their country house in the Hamptons. A passionate gardener, she works part-time and edits a newsletter for bereaved parents. "I have to fit 48 hours worth of life into 24. I'm living for two now."