October 25, 2008

Between Here and April by Deborah Copaken Kogan

How could a mother kill her children?  In her first novel, memoirist, TV producer and photojournalist Kogan examines motherhood in a way few books ever have.  She attempts with breathtaking prose and insights, to give the reader a heart-wrenching answer.  Her tale is gripping, hard to put down and definitely not a feel-good book; but I think it’s a great book.

1 comment

  1. It's sounds very interesting, yet awful as well seeing the subject but I'm always fascinated by books like that. I have always been interested what makes someone. Thank you for putting this book to my attention!


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