By Louise Nayer
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Louise Nayer illuminates either the emotional depth of loss and the wonderful power that's summoned up for the sake of household. Burned is the tale of a kin stripped to their barest components and held jointly by way of love.
“Your mom and dad have been awesome humans. it sort of feels a miracle that they can have a pretty basic and content material existence after that tragedy.”
“Meticulous and moving... Louise Nayer’s memoir makes a wide assertion approximately human healing.”
—Carl Dennis, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet.
“As a poet and author Louise Nayer has validated herself as a unique voice of her generation.”
“Louise’s superbly crafted tale took nice braveness to jot down. even though it truly is a couple of freak twist of fate and kids separated from their mom and dad, it's finally concerning the highway all of them took to turn into a kin again—the energy to think the reality of what occurred and the energy to hold on.”
—Julia Scheeres, NYT most sensible promoting writer of Jesus Land and 1000 Lives.
“ is gripping memoir is written from either the kid and parent’s standpoint and vividly captures the angst that Louise and her family members persisted due to a sad twist of fate. guide follows the transformation of an awesome relatives made up our minds to heal from a catastrophic event.”
—Charlene Pell, writer and Head of dealing with Forward.
“An awesome book.Heart-wrenching but regularly readable. is booklet is a studying chance approximately every type of trauma.”
—Dr. Anne Benham, Professor of scientific Psychiatry at Stanford University.
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