The Best of Adam Sharp by Graeme Simsion (14/52)

It is easy to remember the past well, to round off the edges of memory and revel in the heights of passion. Simsion plays with these ideas while tying it all to a soundtrack, as we do. Playing with themes of memory, infidelity, and control, Simsion lays out a compelling story with missed opportunities at the center. Writing sex is difficult and at times, Simsion’s description is uncomfortable, yet the emotional connection may be the better action. A complete departure from The Rosie Effect, not really carrying the humor along, Simsion still knows how to write interesting characters. Good read.

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