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You Remind Me of Me begins with a series of separate incidents: In 1977, a little boy is savagely attacked by his mother's pet Doberman; in 1997, another little boy disappears from his grandmother's backyard on a sunny summer morning; in 1966, a pregnant teenager admits herself to a maternity home with the intention of giving her child up for adoption; in 1991, a young man drifts toward a career as a drug dealer, even as he hopes for something better.

With penetrating insight and a deep devotion to his characters, Dan Chaon explores the secret connections that irrevocably link them. In the process, he examines questions of identity, fate, and circumstance: Why do we become the people that we become? How do we end up stuck in lives that we never wanted? Can we change the course of what seems inevitable?

In language that is both unflinching and exquisite, Chaon moves deftly between the past and the present in the small-town prairie Midwest and shows us the extraordinary lives of "ordinary" people.

©2004 Blackstone Audio, Inc. (P)2017 Dan Chaon

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  • STL, MO, United States
  • 10-12-17

Should have been narrated by Kirby Heyborne

A few years ago, Kirby Heyborne narrated Dan Chaon's book, Await Your Reply, and I thought it was unique and fantastic. This new book is almost as good, but the narrator is too monotone ... or too "white bread" ... just not as good as Heyborne.

Still worth a listen!

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