An Exact Replica of a Figment of My Imagination: A Memoir (Unabridged) : A prizewinning, successful novelist in her thirties, Elizabeth McCracken was happy to be an itinerant writer and self-proclaimed spinster. Then she fell in love, got married, and continued her life of writing, traveling, and teaching with her husband. Two years ago, she found herself in a remote part of France, waiting for the birth of her first child. This audiobook is about what happens next. In the ninth month of her pregnancy, a baby is lost. Just over a year later, a baby is born. In a profoundly moving display of humor, heart, and unfailing generosity, McCracken tenderly presents her story. It is a story of true love and unfathomable sadness. It is a story of courageous recovery and bittersweet moments of steadfast memories and deep affection. It is a story of the importance of friendship. It is a story of happiness, and of hope. Unabridged on 4 compact discs. Read by the author.
|Biography & Autobiography||Personal Memoirs|