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Where reasons end : a novel / Yiyun Li.

Li, Yiyun, 1972- (author.).
Book Book ([2019])
Description: pages cm
Publisher: New York : Random House, [2019]
6 of 10 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
1 of 1 copy available at Wakefield. (Show preferred library)
1 current hold with 10 total copies.
Library Location Call Number Status Due Date
Wakefield Adult NEW Fiction (Front Lobby) FICTION Li, Y. (Text to Phone) Available -
Beverly Main NEW Fiction/ Li (Text to Phone) Checked out 03/30/2019
Lynnfield Adult Fiction Fiction / Li, Y. (Text to Phone) Checked out 03/25/2019
Melrose New Books (Browsing Room) Fiction Li (Text to Phone) Checked out 03/26/2019
Peabody Main Adult New Fiction NEW Fiction/ Li (Text to Phone) Available -
Reading Adult New Fiction NEW FICTION LI (Text to Phone) Checked out 04/02/2019
Salem Adult Fiction FIC/ LI (Text to Phone) Available -
Saugus Adult Fiction FIC Li (Text to Phone) Available -
Stoneham Adult Nonfiction Lower Level 813.6 LI (Text to Phone) Available -
Winthrop Adult Fiction Fiction Li, Y. (Text to Phone) Available -

  • ISBN: 9781984817372 (hardback)
  • ISBN: 198481737X (hardback)
  • Edition: First edition.
Summary:
"'I had but one delusion, which I held onto with all my willpower: we once gave Nikolai a life of flesh and blood; and I'm doing it over again, this time by words.' In a world created outside of time, Li and the son who died talk about their lives. Deeply intimate and moving, this story cycle of grief captures the love and humor in a relationship which goes on now in a mother's heart, between a mother and child, even as it captures the pain of Li's sadness and loss. Written in the months following her son's death, this powerful book takes readers intimately and unforgettably into Li's grief, even as she transforms the pain into imaginary conversations of great beauty, humor, sadness and love"-- Provided by publisher.
Citation: Li, Yiyun. "Where reasons end : a novel." New York : Random House, 2019.

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