Review of “As Close to Us as Breathing.”

As Close to Us as BreathingAs Close to Us as Breathing by Elizabeth Poliner

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It takes some mental agility to keep up with the book’s bouncing between decades and characters. I appreciate that style. I would have liked to know a little more of some of the lesser characters’ points of view. I use that word “lesser” with some hesitation because I’m not sure who the main characters are. Perhaps the main character is the family as a whole.
Worth reading.

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Author: Ann Heitland

Ann Heitland is a writer, living in Flagstaff, AZ. She's also a golfer, ex-lawyer, retired real estate broker, and active Democrat.

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