Undressing The Moon

· Kensington Publishing Corp.
12 reviews

About this ebook

In evocative shards of memory, a terminally ill young woman pieces together her family’s difficult past in this “lyrical, delicately affecting tale” (Publisher Weekly).
At thirty, Piper Kincaid feels too young to be dying, even as breast cancer eats away her strength. Yet with all the questions of her future before her, she's adrift in the past, remembering the fateful summer she turned fourteen and her life changed forever.

It was back then that what Piper dreaded came to pass: her restless, artistic mother, finally left. She had a brother who loved her, but her mother's absence, her father's distance, and a volatile secret threatened to shatter her whole world. Now Piper is back in her hometown of Quimby, Vermont—and once again left with the jagged pieces of a broken life. If she is ever going to survive, she'll have to begin with the summer that broke them all.
12 reviews
Third-party review
I loved this book! Couldn't put it down once I started reading. I enjoyed the back-and-forth between the adult Piper and the 14 year old Piper. Would have rated it a full 5 stars, if the ending hadn't been so abrupt. A few too many unanswered questions.
Third-party review
beautiful. sad. lonely little girl who was left by many and then built walls around her to not get her feelings hurt. But at the end she realizes who is her truest friend. Eventhough there is no action and the story floews like a small river, it is haunting and it stays with you.
Third-party review

About the author

T. Greenwood is the author of more than a dozen novels with more than a quarter-million copies sold. A two-time winner of the San Diego Book Award and LAMBDA Literary Award finalist, she has received grants from the Sherwood Anderson Foundation, the Christopher Isherwood Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Maryland State Arts Council. Five of her novels have been Indie Next Picks and her twelfth novel, Rust & Stardust, was a LibraryReads selection. Her novels have been translated into five languages. She lives with her family in San Diego, California, where she teaches creative writing, studies photography, and continues to write. Please visit her online at TGreenwood.com.

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