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The Life You've Imagined

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The Life You've Imagined

By Kristina Riggle

Avon A, Paperback, 9780061706295, 334pp.

Publication Date: August 17, 2010

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"A richly woven story laced with unforgettable characters....A beautiful book."
--Therese Walsh, author of The Last Will of Moira Leahy

"The Life You've Imagined is a terrific novel about love and loss, letting go and holding on. A book to share with family and friends--I loved it."
--Melissa Senate, author of The Secret of Joy From Kristina Riggle, author of the brilliant debut Real Life & Liars, comes The Life You've Imagined, an astonishing new novel about love, loss, life, and hope. It's the story of four former high school friends who are forced to examine what happened to their high school dreams which are now at odds with their grown-up reality.


Praise For The Life You've Imagined

“The Life You’ve Imagined is a richly woven story laced with unforgettable characters. Cami, Maeve, Anna, and Amy will snag your heart as they explore the sometimes-wide chasm between hope and reality. A beautiful book.”
-Therese Walsh, author of The Last Will of Moira Leahy

“Backed by Riggle’s trademark unflinching honesty and imbued with heart and hope, The Life You’ve Imagined is a terrific novel about love and loss, letting go and holding on. A book to share with family and friends—I loved it.”
-Melissa Senate, author of The Secret of Joy

“Kristina Riggle writes women’s fiction with soul. Her characters are both familiar and quirky, and reading their stories is like spending a weekend catching up with your oldest friends. You come away laughing and also touched that someone knows you so well.”
-Tiffany Baker, New York Times' bestselling author, The Little Giant of Aberdeen County

Riggle, author of Real Life and Liars (2009), explores what happens when real life diverges sharply from childhood dreams. Her strong and complicated female characters are interesting and likable, and she ably weaves together multiple story lines.
-Booklist

“An entertaining, challenging story with the potential to change us if we let it.”
-Grand Rapids Press

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