You lost me there, Rosecrans Baldwin.
You lost me there, Rosecrans Baldwin. p. cm. eISBN : 978-1-101-18927-6.
You Lost Me There' is a good debut novel from Rosecran Baldwin. I was a bit let down by the ending, expecting maybe some big twist or revelation. It's an ending very much in synch with the pace and style of the overall work. The book's main theme is a sly one: Dr. Victor Aaron, P. and Alzheimer's expert, seems to have a different memory of his marriage to recently deceased wife than she had.
Is it a change of direction this time, or just another step in the way we’re headed? Or perhaps is this THE ONE change of direction, is what I’m really thinking or these cards? These aids . .
Is it a change of direction this time, or just another step in the way we’re headed? Or perhaps is this THE ONE change of direction, is what I’m really thinking or these cards? These aids that help me return to bed and say everything is all right, go back to sleep? I can’t be in the same bed with him. I feel betrayed. You’re a fluke, always have been, Victor said in so many words. I don’t know where to start. But sure, start with the story, start with the get-up-and-go. Change of direction number four, and it’s only just.
You Lost Me There book. By turns funny, charming, and tragic, Rosecrans Baldwin's debut. Victor spends his days alternating between long hours in the sterile lab and running through memories of his late wife, Sara.
Rosecrans Baldwin shows himself here to be a young writer bursting with talent and imagination who deftly handles this aching love story with sensitivity and unexpected maturity. You Lost Me There is a treasure of a book filled with beautiful, intelligent prose, a book that wears its smarts lightly and probes its emotions deeply.
You Lost Me There is, finally, a wise book, the kind that eludes many authors twice Baldwin's ag.Although that never keeps anyone from trying, as Rosecrans Baldwin’s amiable first novel demonstrates.Profound, affecting, and true. The Washington Post: "Baldwin’s prose is wise and nimble, clever without being self-conscious, true to the myriad voices of his characters. The Chicago Tribune: Memory is a trickster, a scamp, a rogue.
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Rosecrans Baldwin is an American novelist and essayist. Born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Darien, Connecticut, Baldwin now lives in the Los Angeles, California area with his wife. Baldwin is the author of a memoir Paris, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, May 2012) based on the year and half he and his wife spent living in Paris while he worked in an unnamed advertising agency