From the list on walking the line between real and imaginary.
Who am I?
As a kid I felt the unseen magic in the things around me: it seemed as obvious as breathing, particularly when I was out in nature. These are books that brought me back to that… reminding me that being ‘realistic’ doesn’t mean ignoring what’s unseen. These stories have inspired me so deeply and driven my passion as a writer: which is basically to try to reach out to readers and say, hey, we are surrounded. There is more. This is not all there is.
Jodi's book list on walking the line between real and imaginary
Why did Jodi love this book?
It feels presumptuous to even try to describe this novel…I can only say that to me, it is a story about a truth so painful that it can only be viewed indirectly and magically, from all the many vantage points its characters (and ghosts) offer.
A spiraling, heartbreaking explosion of a book, brilliantly structured, beautifully written, with a secret at its center.