"The hardest things to talk about, are the ones we ourselves can't understand."The Lost Daughter, Elena Ferrante.
"A mother is only a daughter who plays."The lost daughter, Elena Ferrante
Title: The Lost DaughterAuthor: Elena FerranteGenre(s): Contemporary, Cultural, Literary FictionPage count: 140 pagesPublished: 01 March 2008 My review | Book | Audiobook Title: Station ElevenAuthor: Emily St. John MandelGenre(s): Post Apocalyptic, Fiction, DystopiaPage count: 333 pagesPublished: 09 September 2014 My review | Book | Audiobook Title: Killing FloorSeries: Jack Reacher 1Author: Lee ChildGenre(s): Fiction, Thriller, … Continue reading December readings | Personal Development, Dystopia, Thrillers & Smut
From the author of The Days of Abandonment, The Lost Daughter is Elena Ferrante's most compelling and perceptive meditation on womanhood and motherhood yet. Leda, a middle-aged divorcée, is alone for the first time in years when her daughters leave home to live with their father. Her initial, unexpected sense of liberty turns to ferocious introspection following a … Continue reading Book Review: The Lost Daughter by Elena Ferrante