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I Almost Forgot About You



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Author
McMillan, Terry
Descriptors
Adolescence
Adulthood
Affairs
African-American Authors
African-Americans
Families
Family Relationships
Female Protagonists
Female Relationships
Friendship
Love
Love Stories
Love, Power of
Location/Setting:
San Francisco, California
Time Period:
1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s
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Summary
This novel is about Georgia Young, a successful optometrist in her 50s who has “made it” in life – her successful career enabled her to buy a home in a wealthy neighborhood and live comfortably. But she is divorced, bored, and lonely. When news comes that a former lover passed away a few years earlier, it sets off a mid-life crisis that pushes Georgia to reevaluate her life and make some changes: quit her job to do something she loves, find a new home, and meet with former lovers to tell them what she never go to say to them.
Critique
Terry McMillian knows how to tell a story and does a great job reading the audiobook, giving Georgia the sassy, wise-sounding voice she deserves. This is a great book for those who enjoy stories about relationships and how they define who we are.
ISBN
1524762318
  iBistro
# of Pages
560
Published
2018
Formats
Large Print
Reviewer's Initials: LG


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