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The Geography of Love by Glenda Burgess
Aug 05, 2008 | ISBN 9780767929134

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"A beautiful, eloquent, moving love story that shows that when we believe in love, we can reach heights we never imagined."
–Rabbi Sherre Hirsch, author of We Plan, God Laughs

"A courageous woman’s journey into love’s complexities, navigating what it means to be tied by blood or circumstance across distance and time, while revealing much about human resilience. Framed by spiritual and celestial contemplations, Burgess’ profound observations convince me to embrace and savor wholly each day, each moment, each love, before they, too, are gone."
–Katrina Roberts, author of The Quick and Friendly Fire, winner of the Idaho Prize for Poetry

"I read Glenda Burgess’ poignant and harrowing memoir in one sitting–in one breath–and all I had ever felt about love’s ability to vanquish everything, to swallow heartbreak, to correct history, Burgess makes us believe. And in a fashion that reads like a classic novel." –Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean

"Burgess’ tender recollections…remind us all that we tend to be defined by our great loves well after we’ve lived them." —Elle Magazine

"Burgess lyrically and perceptively explores how the body, emotions and experiences are connected, how love and misfortune affect that landscape…Wrenchingly painful, but intensely affecting." —Kirkus

"Burgess’ journey possesses bravery and open-eyed clarity." —PW

"The resulting memoir…is truly a story of hope. It’s the story of the hope that the Burgess family clung to along their journey and the faith they shared in the power and endurance of their love. But it is also a story of hope for the reader–the hope to have this kind of loving ally at one’s side during any adversity that life may bring."
The Tampa Tribune

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