Thursday, March 26, 2020
All My Goodbyes
All My Goodbyes, has more than her share of sadness and sorrow. It seems like every time a human connection is made, it’s time for it to be broken. Dimópulos explores in this novel our connections to people and places. There’s a feeling of discomfort for readers as the chronology and location shifts erratically, giving us the same unsettled feeling as the protagonist. Most of us are oriented toward a person or a place, but some people are never so settled. It won’t take long to read this short novel, but it has taken me a long time to become reoriented and to shake off the sadness from these finely written pages. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase All My Goodbyes from amazon.com.