Memoir re: Loss

When my dear friend, Trici, died, I read everything I could on the subject of grief and loss. I was surprised that a MEMOIR, entitled In The Unlikely Event of a Water Landing: A Geography of Grief, was the book that first “spoke” to me. Christopher Noel’s candor about the death of his fiance’ and his use of language to describe the texture of grief helped me feel that someone else in the world “got it” ~ someone understood how loss changes you.

Do you have a Memoir you would recommend that helped you feel less alone when you experienced the death of someone precious? Please share in the Comments ~

(Noel’s book is out of print but may be found on a used book site. I found it at my public library.)

Blessings and thanks for sharing, Lynne

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