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  • Paperback
  • 205 pages
  • Sempre con me
  • Abigail Thomas
  • Italian
  • 08 October 2018
  • 8860616417

About the Author: Abigail Thomas

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10 thoughts on “Sempre con me

  1. Sharon Sharon says:

    Abigail Thomas s life changed instantly the day her husband, Rich was hit by a car leaving him with a permanent brain injury Whilst recovering in hospital, Rich becomes angry and confused which leaves, Abby feeling hurt and upset.We follow, Abby as she struggles with guilt, loneliness and adjusting to living on her own once her husband is placed into a facility Abby moves closer to the facility where she visits, Rich on a regular basis In time, Abby begins to live her life again, which she do Abigail Thomas s life changed instantly the day her husband, Rich was hit by a car leaving him with a permanent brain injury Wh...

  2. Chrissie Chrissie says:

    Before reading Maybe what happens in this book is difficult, but I have the feeling it will have a hopeful message I need to read something with dogs You can rely on dogs being there for you when you need them After the last book read I am so depressed with people On completion This book did the trick You ask me how a book where the husband is hit by a car in April 2000 , has near fatal brain damage and comes to permanently loose his short term memory can be anything but depressing I will Before reading Maybe what happens in this book is difficult, but I have the feeling it will have a hopeful message I need to read something with dogs You can rely on dogs being there for you when you need them After the last book read I am so depressed with people On completion This book did the trick You ask me how a book where the husband is hit by a ...

  3. Keleigh Keleigh says:

    This book struck me as both straightforward and subtly complex The language is simple and unassuming, yet the attention to detail creates a muchlayered and nuanced portrait than first perceived I was intrigued, albeit occasionally confused, by the way Thomas hopskotched through time, shifting between present and past tense without ever truly grounding me in a now I felt this was craftily intentional, conveying the eternal present tense that her husband now lives in, and she has been This book struck me as both straightforward and subtly complex The language is simple and unassuming, yet the attention to detail creates a muchlayered and nuanced portrait than first perceived I was intrigued, albeit occasionally confused, by the way Thomas hopskotched through time, shifting between present and past tense without ever truly grounding me in a now I felt this was craftily intentional, conveying the eternal present tense that her husband now lives in, and she has been forced to acclimate to and adopt My impression was that the chapter divisions served as placemarkers, signifying shifts in time that could be months or years I got the feeling I was in real time, following the author through her process as she writes sections ov...

  4. Beejay Beejay says:

    My sister lent me The Book Thief with the great recommendation that it was the best book she had ever read I read it, and she was almost right I give it second place My sister lent me The Five People You Meet in Heaven , telling me that it was a real joy I hated it so much it s actually one of those rare books which I couldn t even finish, and swore not to feel guilty about doing so My sister lent me The Faraday Girls , assuring me it was a quick, easy, delightful read I finished it My sister lent me The Book Thief with the great recommendation that it was the best book she had ever read I read it, and she was almost right I give it second place My sister lent me The Five People You Meet in Heaven , telling me that it was a real joy I hated it so much it s actually one of those rare books which I couldn t even finish, and swore not to feel guilty about doing so My sister lent me The Faraday Girls , assuring me it was a quick, easy, delightful read I finished it simply because I did a...

  5. Buggy Buggy says:

    Opening LineThis is the one thing that stays the same my husband got hurt Everything else changes Stephen King is quoted on the cover of this book as sayingThe best memoir I have ever readWell I wouldn t go that far but this was pretty good honest, moving, funny heartbreaking and literary the author is a writing teacher, so yeah Oh and then there are the three dogs and her observations on them, which are brilliant and the main reason I decided to read this.Abigail Thomas lives Opening LineThis is the one thing that stays the same my husband got hurt Everything else changes Stephen King is quoted on the cover of this book as sayingThe best memoir I have ever readWell I wouldn t go that far but this was pretty good honest, moving, funny heartbreaking and literary the author is a writing teacher, so yeah Oh and then there are the three dogs and her observations on them, which are brilliant and the main reason I decided to read this.Abigail Thomas lives with her husband Richard in a cosy house with pretty furniture She has children and grandchildren, and her telephone rings often She likes to knit and is useless at gardening Richard takes care of that Richard also takes the dog for its evening walk One night the dog comes home and Richard doesn t The doorman phones from the lobby, your dog is in the elevator, you better come and...

  6. Susan Susan says:

    Some readers will be disappointed by this brief memoir it s not really about the dogs, nor is it about the severe brain injury that incapacitates Abigail Thomas husband Rather, it s about Abby trying to make something tenable of a life forever altered by tragedy and loss Yes, the eponymous three dogs Australian aborigines who kept warm sleeping next to their dogs called the coldest nights three dog nights are one...

  7. Karen Karen says:

    Note I listened to the audio version of this bookThis profoundly beautiful story traces the changes in a middle aged couple s lives after the husband sustains a traumatic brain injury because he cannot remember his life before, his wife Abigail author and narrator reaches across and joins him in his new world Following her husband s accident he was tragically hit by a car while out walking the dog , Abigail begins to live alone with their dogs while her husband lives in an assisted livin Note I listened to the audio version of this bookThis profoundly beautiful story traces the changes in a middle aged couple s lives after the husband sustains a traumatic brain injury because he cannot remember his life before, his wife Abigail author and narrator reaches across and joins him in his new world Following her husband s accident he was tragically hit by a car while out walking the dog , Abigail begins to live alone with their dogs while her husband lives in an assisted living facility where she visits him frequ...

  8. Cherie Cherie says:

    This book made me think about why I read It also made me examine my life a little too When I first started with the story, I was not sure I really wanted to continue reading it, but I had started It is hard for me to abandon books I am glad I did not give up on Abigail s story.I read because I want to find out things I am interested in just about anything and if I learn something about a person, a place or a thing, and if the book, or magazine, or news article teaches me something I am a This book made me think about why I read It also made me examine my life a little too When I first started with the story, I was not sure I really wanted to continue reading it, but I had started It is hard for me to abandon books I am glad I did not give up on Abigail s story.I read because I want to find out things I am interested in just about anything and if I learn something about a person, a place or a thing, and if the book, or magazine, or news article teaches me something I am a happy reader Like someone that I admire said once, I even read the cereal boxes when there is nothing else around Initally, I thought Abigail s story was going to be about her dogs but it wasn t Her story is...

  9. Grace Grace says:

    Abigail Thomas A Three Dog Life is a jumbled up mess of a memoir that is out of control and incredibly difficult to follow Is it about her three dogs Is it about using the three dogs to cope after his husband s accident Is it about her husband Rich s irreversible brain damage from the accident Is it about her writing These four concepts are meshed together in a stream of consciousness style that left me scratching her head and wondering who in their right mind would publish something so Abigail Thomas A Three Dog Life is a jumbled up mess of a memoir that is out of control and incredibly difficult to follow Is it about her three dogs Is it about using the three dogs to cope after his husband s accident Is it about her husband Rich s irreversible brain damage from the accident Is it about her writing These four concepts are meshed together in a stream of consciousness style that left me scratching her head and wondering who in their right mind would publish something so chaotically put together and lacking form and flow I am not doubting Thomas sincerity in telling her story or using the written word to come to terms with her new life after her husband s accident that left him a ...

  10. Joanie Joanie says:

    Abigail Thomas book begins with a blurb that explains that Aborigines used to sleep with their dogs to keep them warm Really cold night were referred to as three dog nights I was totally sucked in after reading that part but as much as I liked the book maybe 3 1 2 stars would beappropriate it didn t quite live up to my expectations.The author s husband suffers a severe traumatic brain injury when he is hit by car He requires constant care and supervision and he ends up in a locked u Abigail Thomas book begins with a blurb that explains that Aborigines used to sleep with their dogs to keep them warm Really cold night were referred to as three dog nights I was totally sucked in after reading that part but as much as I liked the book maybe 3 1 2 stars would beappropriate it didn t quite live up to my expectations.The author s husband suffers a severe traumatic brain injury when he is hit by car He requires constant care and supervision and he ends up in a locked unit of a nursing home The author sets out to create a life for herself She has three dogs hence the title and they are a huge source of comfort and warmth She talks about her hobbies, her friends, her dogs, and her the guilt she feels over actually enjoying the life she has built out of tragedy I was expecting a bitabout her husband s injury and his rehab proce...

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