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From the bestselling author of All You Can Ever Know comes a memoir of a daughter’s search to understand the lives her adoptive parents led, the life she forged as an adult, and the lives she’s lost. Called an “an intimate story with vast social implications” by Imani Perry and “an excavation of the self” by Ocean Vuong, A Living Remedy examines what it takes to reconcile the distance between one life, one home, and another – and sheds needed light on some of the most persistent and grievous inequalities in American society.
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