Fifteen years later, Caroline, now a New Orleans cocktail waitress, sees a photograph of a woman in People Magazine. Convinced that it is Ellie all grown up, Caroline embarks on a search for her missing sister, armed with Xerox copies of the photograph, an amateur detective guide, and a cooler of Dixie beer. As Caroline travels through the New Mexico desert, the mountains of Colorado, and the smoky underworld of Montana, she devotes herself to salvaging her broken family.
With dark humor and gorgeous prose, Amanda Eyre Ward brings us a spellbinding novel about the stories we are given, and the stories we embrace.
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Amanda Eyre Ward's prose is clear-headed and crisp as if laid down by a proper, uniformed maid and it well serves a plot that could have gotten soggy.Oct 15 2004 | Read Full Review of How To Be Lost
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Then when I’m not actively writing I’ll think about where that scene should be in the book, how the day’s writing has changed the structure of the book and what I want to write next.Apr 03 2007 | Read Full Review of How To Be Lost
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