From a brilliant new literary voice, a collection of stories that follow a young woman from college into her early thirties - from delayed adolescence to (delayed) adulthood. Through college, careers, love affairs, and marriages, Linden’s characters try to sort out what separates the passing from the permanent, the actual from the possible, and exactly how involved you really have to be in the basic questions of your life. From familiar patterns like ambiguous friendships, uncertain love affairs, and unfulfilling jobs, Linden has created something new: a sharp and intimate take on romance and infidelity, trust and betrayal.
A deadpan narrative, cool and precise, about hesitation and doubt and how to rid your apartment of mice, Remember How I Told You I Loved You? is by turns witty, moving, and darkly humorous.
What would have made Remember How I Told You I Loved You? better?
better story, stronger characters. more details
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Remember how I told You I Loved You. By Gilliam Linden<br/> This is a very short read. The book is overall funny but weak in character development. This story has very little detail about anything. Cute read but defiantly not the best selection compared to other books.<br/>
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