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I think this is actually my favorite book by the author and I would certainly download a copy for myself and even friends and family. So make sure you grab a copy. Giffin weaves an unforgettable tale about a picture sent viral.. Told in alternating point of views, this book will get to the heart of a touchy subject and leave readers questioning what they would do if put in this type of situation. Many will have different opinions of the matter, but Giffin stays totally neutral on the topic.

Meredith Chapter Seven: Josie Chapter Eight: Meredith Chapter Nine: Josie Chapter Ten: Meredith Chapter Eleven: Josie Chapter Twelve: Meredith Chapter Thirteen: Josie Chapter Fourteen: Meredith Chapter Fifteen: Josie Chapter Sixteen: Meredith Chapter Seventeen: Josie Chapter Eighteen: Meredith Chapter Nineteen: Josie Chapter Twenty: Meredith Chapter Twenty-one: Josie Chapter Twenty-two: Meredith Chapter Twenty-three: Josie Chapter Twenty-four: Meredith Chapter Twenty-five: Josie Chapter Twenty-six: Meredith Chapter Twenty-seven: Josie Chapter Twenty-eight: Meredith Chapter Twenty-nine: Josie Chapter Thirty: Meredith Chapter Thirty-one: Josie Chapter Thirty-two: Meredith Chapter Thirty-three: Josie Chapter Thirty-four: Meredith Chapter Thirty-five: When you wanted to savor something, it would speed by in a blur.

When you wanted to get past something, it would drag on forever. Elaine Garland recorded the quote in her journal, because it was such an astute observation for an eight-year-old. Much later, she would go back and read the entry, and think to herself that memories were that way, too. When you wanted to forget, everything would return in raw, brutal focus. When you wanted to remember, the details would slip away like a dream at dawn. It was that way for all of them now, though it was something they seldom discussed, at least not with one another.

Nearly fifteen years had passed, both slowly and suddenly. The two had been dating for more than a year, but this was her first visit to Atlanta, as well as the first time meeting his parents and sisters.

Everyone felt varying degrees of anxious, eager, hopeful. His high school sweetheart had been clingy, his college girlfriend controlling.

But within seconds of their arrival, she felt enormous relief, taking to Sophie at once. A keeper, Rob called her, clearly proud that his son not only was in medical school but also could land such an exquisite creature.

Most important, they could all tell that she brought out the best in Daniel—which was saying a lot. He was, without a doubt, the shining star of their family. Sophie earned more points the following morning when she insisted that Daniel and Rob keep their long-standing father-son birthday-breakfast Waffle House tradition.

She kissed him goodbye, pushed him out the door, then helped Elaine bake a chocolate cake from scratch, another Garland tradition. The classic, driven firstborn. A perfectionist. But also sensitive and sentimental, quirky and kind. He used to have a temper, did he? Elaine nodded, then told her favorite tantrum tale—the time Daniel hit his bedroom wall with a wooden bat after Josie scribbled pink crayon graffiti on his treasured Hank Aaron card.

Is this the baseball card he still carries in his wallet? The two teased each other as they got out of the car at the valet stand: Where the hell did you get those, Danny boy? At least I have hair. Elaine knew their banter was a sign of their closeness, and her heart swelled with affection and gratitude as they were escorted to the round table near the fireplace that Rob always requested.

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They were all in a good place, she thought. Josie and Meredith were works in progress, one a little too wild, the other far too moody; yet each was following her passion, studying to be a teacher and an actress, respectively.

The conversation that night was smart and lively, heavy on current events. September 11 was still a fresh wound. The war in Afghanistan was under way. Enron had just filed for bankruptcy, and Winona Ryder had shoplifted. And in news that seemed to interest only Daniel and Sophie: She had always relied on the force of her personality, but a girl like Sophie made her rethink things, and she vowed to get more serious about her studies in her final, fifth- year stretch of college. Meredith, too, reflected on her life that evening.

She was as diligent and hardworking as her brother, but she was more of a loner than he, and often felt a void she could never quite pinpoint.

Maybe it was love, she thought that night, watching Daniel with Sophie. Maybe that was what was missing. Rob lit twenty-five candles, then they all sang off- key except for Sophie, who had a clear soprano voice and watched Daniel close his eyes for several seconds before blowing out the flames in just one try. He just smiled a secretive smile before Rob cut the cake and he opened his family presents—a leather briefcase from his parents, flannel pajamas from Josie, a coffee-table book about baseball from Meredith.

The next morning she awoke early to the sound of rain on the roof and Rob packing for a quick trip to Memphis, his last-ditch effort to settle a case before year-end. Mate selection—Fiction. Domestic fiction. When you wanted to savor something, it would speed by in a blur. When you wanted to get past something, it would drag on forever.

Elaine Garland recorded the quote in her journal, because it was such an astute observation for an eight-year-old. Much later, she would go back and read the entry, and think to herself that memories were that way, too.

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When you wanted to forget, everything would return in raw, brutal focus. When you wanted to remember, the details would slip away like a dream at dawn. It was that way for all of them now, though it was something they seldom discussed, at least not with one another.

Nearly fifteen years had passed, both slowly and suddenly.

The two had been dating for more than a year, but this was her first visit to Atlanta, as well as the first time meeting his parents and sisters. Everyone felt varying degrees of anxious, eager, hopeful. His high school sweetheart had been clingy, his college girlfriend controlling. But within seconds of their arrival, she felt enormous relief, taking to Sophie at once.

A keeper, Rob called her, clearly proud that his son not only was in medical school but also could land such an exquisite creature.

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Most important, they could all tell that she brought out the best in Daniel—which was saying a lot. He was, without a doubt, the shining star of their family. Sophie earned more points the following morning when she insisted that Daniel and Rob keep their long-standing father-son birthday-breakfast Waffle House tradition. She kissed him goodbye, pushed him out the door, then helped Elaine bake a chocolate cake from scratch, another Garland tradition.

The classic, driven firstborn.

A perfectionist. But also sensitive and sentimental, quirky and kind. He used to have a temper, did he? Elaine nodded, then told her favorite tantrum tale—the time Daniel hit his bedroom wall with a wooden bat after Josie scribbled pink crayon graffiti on his treasured Hank Aaron card.

Is this the baseball card he still carries in his wallet? The two teased each other as they got out of the car at the valet stand: Where the hell did you get those, Danny boy? At least I have hair. Elaine knew their banter was a sign of their closeness, and her heart swelled with affection and gratitude as they were escorted to the round table near the fireplace that Rob always requested.

They were all in a good place, she thought. Josie and Meredith were works in progress, one a little too wild, the other far too moody; yet each was following her passion, studying to be a teacher and an actress, respectively. The conversation that night was smart and lively, heavy on current events. September 11 was still a fresh wound. The war in Afghanistan was under way. Enron had just filed for bankruptcy, and Winona Ryder had shoplifted.

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