What We Remember
by Sarah Echavarre
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Pub Date 10 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 24 Jan 2023
From the author of Three More Months comes a moving novel about hope, loss, the power of memories, and the enduring bonds of family.
It’s been two years and two months since trauma shattered hospital chaplain Isabel Myles’s world. Since that day, she has stopped answering calls. She’s shut out her family, friends, and coworkers. Even her faith seems to have faded. Except for her connection with her younger sister, Chantel, Isabel copes by forgetting. Then she takes on a summer job as a home caregiver for Opal, a dementia patient who is struggling to remember.
The more invested Isabel becomes in Opal’s vanishing world—and in her devastated grandson, Evan—the more open she is to forming bonds, old and new. She reaches out to her best friend. She repairs the damage between her and her estranged parents. And with Evan she feels emotions she thought were lost forever. But the trauma Isabel’s kept buried for so long will be rediscovered too. What Isabel learns could change her life again, forever. This time, though, she won’t have to face the past alone.
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Praise for Three More Months
“A heart-wrenching novel about family and love.” —Booklist (starred review)
“Readers will laugh and cry…” —Library Journal
“Sarah Echavarre’s debut women’s fiction is a moving story about second chances and the precious time we have with loved ones. This was a page-turner, immersive, and all-consuming…a must-read.” —Tif Marcelo, USA Today bestselling author of In a Book Club Far Away
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