Your Blue Is Not My Blue: A Missing Person Memoir

Your Blue Is Not My Blue: A Missing Person Memoir I tore through this book Simultaneously mysterious and atmospheric, Matis brought me into her world through every page Her raw candor was refreshing and bold introspection was both confronting and healing for me I highly recommend this book for anyone who s dealt with adversity or has a passion buried deep inside, waiting to be unlocked. Well written, but boringI applaud the author for revealing her pain That said, the book could have been 100 pages shorter Girl suffers trauma, enters horribly codependent relationship to cope with trauma, loses her ability to function when said codependent relationship ends, spends very little time searching for husband, writes a book, spends lots of time unable to purchase groceries or put in her contacts or really do anything without someone telling her what to do, then recovers All within Well written, but boringI applaud the author for revealing her pain That said, the book could have been 100 pages shorter Girl suffers trauma, enters horribly codependent relationship to cope with trauma, loses her ability to function when said codependent relationship ends, spends very little time searching for husband, writes a book, spends lots of time unable to purchase groceries or put in her contacts or really do anything without someone telling her what to do, then recovers All within a span of just a few years The synopsis hinted at some deep secret as to why her husband disappeared, and this is what drew me to choose the book Instead, after flipping through the pages looking for a shocking reveal, I found nothing other than immature persons incapable of relationships.Again, a well written book, but page after page of nothing had me flipping pages wishing it was over An autobiography by Aspen Matis detailing her removal from society following her rape at college by hiking the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to British Columbia She meets her soon to be husband halfway along the trail After three comfortable years of marriage Justin disappears This is a story of relationship, grief, discovery, anger and finding oneself The descriptions of the hike and surrounding countryside wherever they are Colorado, Geogia, etc and the characters they meet are An autobiography by Aspen Matis detailing her removal from society following her rape at college by hiking the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to British Columbia She meets her soon to be husband halfway along the trail After three comfortable years of marriage Justin disappears This is a story of relationship, grief, discovery, anger and finding oneself The descriptions of the hike and surrounding countryside wherever they are Colorado, Geogia, etc and the characters they meet are interesting Good readingI liked the fact that it was like real life Life goes on and we can do it with strong people around us. From Aspen Matis, Author Of The Acclaimed True Story Girl In The Woods, Comes A Bold And Atmospheric Memoir Of A Woman Who In Searching For Her Vanished Husband Discovers Deeper Purpose Aspen S And Justin S Paths Serendipitously Aligned On The Pacific Crest Trail When Both Were Walking From Mexico To Canada, Separately And Alone Both Using Thru Hiking In Hopes Of Escaping Their Pasts Both Sought To Redefine Themselves Beneath The Stars By The Time They Made It To The Snowy Cascade Range Of British Columbia The Trail S End Aspen And Justin Were In LoveEmbarking On A New Pilgrimage The Next Summer, They Returned To Those Same Mossy Mountains Where They D Met, And They Married They Built A World Together, Three Years Of A Happy Marriage Until A Cold November Morning, When, After Kissing Aspen Goodbye, Justin Left To Attend The Funeral Of A Close FriendHe Never Came Back As Days Became Weeks, Her Husband S Inexplicable Absence Left Aspen Unmoored Shock, Grief, Fear, And Anger Battled For Control But Nothing Prepared Her For The Disarming Truth A Revelation That Would Lead Aspen To Reassess Not Only Her Own Life But That Of The Disappeared As WellThe Result Is A Brave And Inspiring Memoir Of Secrets Kept And Unearthed, Of A Vanishing That Became A Gift A Woman S Empowering Reclamation Of Unmitigated Purpose In The Surreal Wake Of Mystifying Loss

Aspen Matis is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir Girl in the Woods, published by HarperCollins in 2015 Called a powerful read by O, The Oprah Magazine, the book made the Guardian s annual top fifty list The New York Times called Matis a hero Her short form writing has been published in the New York Times, the Atlantic, Tin House, Psychology Today, Salon, and Marie Claire She now lives in New York City, where she visits cute caf s, writes madly, and studies philosophy, following the threads of her fascination To learn , visit www.aspen matis.com.

✹ [BOOKS] ✭ Your Blue Is Not My Blue: A Missing Person Memoir By Aspen Matis ❃ – Stockbag.info
  • Kindle Edition
  • 305 pages
  • Your Blue Is Not My Blue: A Missing Person Memoir
  • Aspen Matis
  • English
  • 02 June 2017

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