I See You Everywhere

By Julia Glass
(Arrow Books, Paperback, 9780099502937)

Publication Date: August 2009

Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover, Compact Disc, Paperback, Library Binding

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Selected by Indie Booksellers for the November 2008 Indie Next List
“Louisa -- solid, steady, dependable. Clem -- younger, rebellious, daring, and the favorite. This is a story, told over 25 years, of two sisters -- opposite as night and day, oil and water, yin and yang -- and how they remain connected. In my opinion, this is Julia Glass' best book yet!”
-- Vicki McNeil, Watermark Book Co., Anacortes, WA
Selected by Indie Booksellers for the Winter 2011 Reading Group List
“Glass has deftly crafted a novel with an intimate view into the world of sisters. In this stunning work, you will explore all the rivalry, the missed opportunities, and the misunderstandings, as well as the longing that two women genetically linked but worlds apart in their choices can feel. Brilliantly told in alternating voices with rich detail and much emotion, this story will have you longing to reconnect with both Louisa and Clement, their friends, and other family members long after the last page.”
-- Calvin Crosby, Books Inc., San Francisco, CA

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  1. I See You Everywhere focuses on the relationship of Louisa and Clement Jardine. Describe each sister's character. How are they like and unlike each other-also, like and unlike their parents? What do their attitudes toward work, love, and family have in common? How do they differ?

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